Dear Beatles fans,
If you haven’t checked it out yet and you truly love The Beatles, then I’m sure you’ll really dig Dennis Mitchell’s Breakfast With The Beatles. It’s an award-winning weekly radio show that’s been around since 1991 and currently heard on dozens of stations in North America, the U.K., Germany, Sweden and New Zealand. And it’s ALL about The Beatles!
For the second time I’m going to be joining Dennis on the show this upcoming weekend. He had me on the first time back in the first week of November (2012) and we had so much fun we’re doing it again.
Like last time we are having a little listening party of rare Beatles tracks. In between playing some really interesting Beatles out-takes, Dennis and I will say a few words about them and then spin a few more. It will be lots of fun and I’m hoping you can check it out.
Dennis Mitchell - Breakfast With The Beatles
One easy way to tune in is from the Fab4Radio player in the lower part of the right sidebar here on TheBeatlesRarity.com (just look to your right and scroll down below the SHOUTcast logo). Click the play button at 10am ET/7am PT on Saturday morning (Mar. 9, 2013) or at 10am ET/7am PT on Sunday morning (Mar. 10, 2013). You can also hear it directly from Fab4Radio.com at the same times. If that’s too early, it also comes on on Beatlesarama.com at 2pm ET/11am PT on Saturday (Mar. 9, 2013). For more on Dennis’ show check out the Breakfast With The Beatles website at www.beatlesradioshow.com. There are also more alternate listening times, a listing of many other stations to catch the show and even instructions on how to listen to it via podcast at a time convenient for you.
I’ve been a fan of Breakfast With The Beatles for a few years now and can’t tell you how happy I am to be Dennis’ guest again this weekend. This will be his 1,131st show! The show is two hours long though some stations only play the first hour (my visit with Dennis will be within the first hour). Back in September 2010, shortly after his monumental 1000th show, I interviewed Dennis via phone on TheBeatlesRarity.com. You can catch a recording of that interview here if you like.
For those of us who like our Beatles rare…