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|Liverpool Beatles history meets Hollywood Beatles history|
[Posted by Adam Forrest on Tuesday, 12/01/15 1:18 pm] [Full Blog] [Tweet] [Facebook]
Last Sunday, Gillian Lomax's Beatles Magical History Tours of Los Angeles had a very special guest, Freda Kelly, the Beatles' trusted secretary and friend throughout their rise to fame.
Gillian, who was originally raised in Merseyside across from Liverpool, Freda and two of her friends toured some of Los Angeles' hidden Beatles treasures, both things of the past, related to John and George, and places in L.A. where Beatles Paul and Ringo can still be found today.
|Gillian Lomax and Freda Kelly|
Gillian's tours are very one-on-one experiences, and she's happy to customize the tour to your likes, concentrating more on locations related to your favorite Beatle, or even adding some non-Beatles locations if this is your first trip to Los Angeles, like Grauman's Chinese Theatre or the Hollywood sign, as Gillian did for Freda on Sunday's tour.
Freda is the subject of a documentary called Good Ol' Freda, which will have a screening in Beverly Hills tomorrow, Wednesday, at 4:00 pm. Click here for more info about the screening and Freda's documentary.
You never know what's going to happen on one of Gillian's Beatles tours. No place in the U.S. has as much combined Beatles history as Los Angeles, and Gillian has spent a lot of time researching her tour. She says, "Most people don't associate Los Angeles with The Beatles, but in fact they've had a personal connection with our city since 1964."
The cost for the four hour tour is only $75 per person. To take a Magical History Tour, or for more information, visit amagicalhistorytour.com.
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