Pang Up-Close In The BBC Chat Room
It was a great pleasure to see a few of our
fellow BBC'ers and May really loved it. She talked about her new
book, Instamatic Karma,
her beautifully, hand-crafted Feng
Shui line of Jewelry and answered many
questions about John and other friends of The Beatles. As a matter
of fact, she didn't want to sign off ... she could have danced
Beatle Brunch Club Member Mitzi
Cater who listens to Beatle Brunch from
Key Largo, FL on MAJIC 102.7, (our home base) was online in our
Live Chat Room with May Pang. Mitzi was selected at random to
win a signed copy of "Instamatic Karma".
"It was wonderful to talk with May. She is such a sweet
person. Thanks Joe for allowing us to reach into one of the Beatles
lives and actually talk with her. Oh my, she was so gracious.
Again thank you for that special opportunity to speak with her"
Nancy Lee Andrews will
be appearing in an intimate Live Chat with the BBC gang Monday,
December 15th at 7PM Eastern Standard Time.
Her new book A Dose of Rock 'n' Roll
is rocking the Holidays.
Her six-year relationship (1974-1980) and engagement with Ringo
granted her an all access pass to a world beyond the velvet rope.
A Dose of Rock 'n' Roll, is a photographic essay about her life
with Ringo. Nancy met Ringo through John Lennon who introduced
them in May of 1974. The photographs, taken over a decade starting
in 1970, are a personal journey through her life at the peak of
pop culture history.
in January ... AND stay tuned for February's guest.
What is Life
It was the last week of November in 2001. We were still hurting
from the wounds of September 11th, but fans of The Beatles were
about to weep some more.
On November 29th, we lost our dear sweet George to cancer. Fans
of The Beatles always remember George as the quiet one
he was anything but. George spoke loudest in his search
for inner peace.
George introduced The Beatles to transcendental meditation and
the flavor of Indian music. Without George, The Beatles would
never have journeyed to India. Without that trip, we may have
never heard the likes of Dear Prudence, Back in the USSR, Obladi
Oblada, The Continuing Story of Bungalo Bill, or numbers from
George like Piggies, Long Long Long or Savoy Truffle. In fact,
The White Album might never have seen the light of day.
And so while our hearts gently weep for this sleeping poet of
peaceful meditation, please take a moment this week to thank the
being you look to up in the sky for the chance you had to enjoy
George Harrisons time on earth, and promise that youll
break out your CD or DVD of The Concert for Bangadesh
so that Georges Sun continues to shine on the hearts of
future Beatle fans everywhere.