Exclusive, unpublished photos of The Beatles in new issue of Keep Rockin' Magazine

Chicago, Jan. 26, 2010 /Photography News/ Keep Rockin' Magazine celebrates its first year anniversary with a special Beatles issue which includes a 10 page layout with previously unseen pictures of The Beatles from 1963 and 1964. Keep Rockin', the premier 50's & 60's music magazine, was selected to publish these rare photos of The Beatles by photographer, Ian Wright, who was there in the early 60's before Beatlemania swept the world.

Along with these exclusive photos, is the untold story BEATLEMANIA! On The Way Up which reveals early influences of The Fab Four and the origins of Beatlemania. Read how 16 year old Ian Wright bicycled 25 miles through a major snowstorm just to capture images of the early Beatles performing in England. The 10 page article entitled BEATLEMANIA! provides details never before released about John, Paul, George and Ringo. Keep Rockin' Editor Lou Holly states "Keep Rockin' is thrilled to publish these rare photos and article in our First Anniversary Issue."

Tommy Roe relayed to Keep Rockin' "What a great time it was touring with The Beatles in 1963, and then working with them again in 1964 at their Washington DC concert. Great memories. I love your magazine, keep up the good work!"

Also featured in the February issue of Keep Rockin' is an interview with Dave White, founder of Danny & The Juniors, an article about Dale Hawkins whose song "Susie-Q" is a rockabilly classic.

Read about Jon 'Bowzer' Bauman's involvement with the 'Truth in Music' legislation. Other features include a Vintage Motorcycle Rally, Natalie Wood bathing beauty spread, and an update on The Skyliners.
Keep Rockin' Publisher Liz Harris informed us "There's not another magazine on the market quite like Keep Rockin'. We are fans of all of the stars we interview and are thrilled that they are still performing." Keep Rockin' is sold in select Barnes & Noble, Borders Books, B. Dalton and many independent book and record stores. Keep Rockin' has been endorsed by many Rock & Roll celebrities who are also subscribers to Keep Rockin' and you could be too.

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