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|Ken Mansfield on life with and without the Beatles|
[Posted by Adam Forrest on Wednesday, 01/30/13 9:30 am] [Full Blog] [Tweet] [Facebook]
Beatles expert, author and radio show host Jude Southerland Kessler has announced that her next guest on her weekly radio show will be none other than Ken Mansfield, former head of Apple Records. Jude's interview with Mr. Mansfield will air on Sunday, February 10, 2013 at 8:00 pm ET (5:00 pm PT) on Beatles-A-Rama!!! radio.
Ken Mansfield's career in the music industry includes tenures as the U.S. manager of the Beatles' Apple Records, an executive at Capitol Records, a vice president at MGM Records, and president of Andy Williams' Barnaby Records (CBS Records), among numerous influential roles. He has worked with such artists as the Beach Boys, James Taylor, Roy Orbison, Glen Campbell and Lou Rawls.
Mansfield is also the author of several books, "The Beatles, The Bible and Bodega Bay", "The White Book: The Beatles, the Bands, the Biz: An Insider's Look at an Era" and "Between Wyomings".
During the show, Ms. Kessler will be giving away a copy of Ken's recently released book, "Stumbling on Open Ground: Love, God, Cancer, and Rock 'n' Roll".
The John Lennon Hour is a weekly internet radio series the focuses on the life of John Lennon. The show airs every Sunday nights at 8:00 pm ET/7:00 pm CT on Beatles-A-Rama!!! radio, the #1 ranked Beatles internet radio station in the world. The show can also be heard through Jude Kessler's website.
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