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Larry Kane: No Compromise Of The Relationship In This Book

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Larry Kane visits Good Day LA. He is one of the few TV news reporters who traveled with and interviewed the Beatles when they first came to America. Larry has just published a new book "When They Were Boys: The True Story of the Beatles' Rise to the Top."

The book is filled with stories and photos about one of the most influential bands in the world. In our interview with Larry, he explains how traveling with the band was a lot of hard work and that he really didn't want the gig in the first place. Larry explains how at first, there were a lot of screaming fans, but once he started to look at how they began the band, there was a lot of drama, including near-death experiences.

Fun Facts About Larry Kane (Source: Wikipedia)

He is an American journalist, news anchor and author. Kane spent 38 years as a news anchor in Philadelphia, and is the only person to have anchored at all three Philadelphia owned and operated television stations.

Early in his career, he was the only broadcast journalist to travel to every stop on the Beatles' 1964 and 1965 American tours. He has authored three books about the Beatles, as well as a memoir and a novel. Today he is the host of Voice of Reason, a weekly news analysis program on the Comcast Network, as well as a consultant for NBC and a special contributor for KYW News Radio.

Recognized as a leading proponent of the rights of the disabled, Kane is campaign chairman of the Delaware Valley Multiple Sclerosis Society. For 35 years Kane has broadcast weekly features on radio and TV in connection with the National Adoption Center to find homes for waiting children. He is also involved in many other non-profit endeavors.

For more information about Larry and his experience with the Beatles, you can check out his website at www.larrykane.com

The book ‘When They Were Boys: The True Story Of The Beatles' Rise To The Top' is available now.

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