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The Beatles appeared in Michigan and Indiana during their 1964 tour, and returned to Detroit in 1966. It was first proclaimed that "Paul is dead" at a Detroit radio station. All four Beatles gave separate solo performances in Michigan, a rare claim for a state.
Beatles Michiana Features:
35 Beatles sites in Michigan and Indiana
Sites throughout Detroit and Indianapolis
Detailed directions by car from major airports
Sketch maps marking exact locations of Beatles sites
Images of each Beatles site for street-level recognition
Connection of each site to Beatles history
From 1964 until today, including solo appearances
Every venue in which any member of The Beatles played or recorded is included. Find out where The Beatles stayed while in Detroit and Indianapolis. Find places where they ate and enjoyed themselves. Learn about Ringo's late night adventure with Trooper Marks. From State Fairs, the Lennon chair connection to the John Sinclair Freedom Rally, and the "Paul is Dead" hoax, to Yoko art, family fur protests, and widespread solo performances.
If you are a Beatles fan traveling to Detroit, Indianapolis, or elsewhere in Michigan and Indiana, you need this book. It is 100% offline, no surfing needed while you try to find Beatles sites on the streets of Detroit. Everything you need is right here. Not travelling to Michiana? No single source includes as many Beatles sites in Michiana or as detailed information as Beatles Michiana.
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