Beatles Historian Robert Rodriguez on Discovering the Band, The Break-Up and The Fest for Beatles Fans

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Beatles historian Robert Rodriguez joined Jim Turano in studio. (Dan Sugrue)

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Robert Rodriguez is a noted Beatles historian, author of  several books on the band and co-host of the “Something About the Beatles” podcast.

In this conversation with Jim Turano (in for Nick Digilio), they discuss how they discovered the group, Jim’s theory about the break-up and the Fest for Beatles Fans happening this weekend.

Like what you hear? Follow Robert’s this day in Beatles history Facebook feed by clicking here. Robert is also available to speak at libraries. Current talks include the “Beatles in Chicago” and “The Beatles’ 1967: Fifty Years of Psychedelia.”

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