The Beatles Cartoon Art Show Radio Promotional Event Now Available For Radio Stations At No Cost
February 18, 2014 at 8:52 AM (PT)
It was 50 years ago that THE BEATLES invaded the UNITED STATES, performing for 73 million people on THE ED SULLIVAN SHOW and dominating the U.S. pop charts for years. Now five decades later, THE FAB FOUR continue to be the most celebrated musical group in Rock history. THE BEATLES CARTOON ART SHOW features a live appearance by award winning animator RON CAMPBELL, whose 50 year career included directing THE BEATLES' ABC-TV SATURDAY Morning Cartoon series (1965–1969) and animating on THE BEATLES feature length classic film YELLOW SUBMARINE.
In addition to his BEATLES credentials, CAMPBELL has been involved with dozens of beloved childrens cartoons including SCOOBY DOO, RUGRATS, SMURFS, FLINTSTONES, JETSONS, WINNIE THE POOH, GEORGE OF THE JUNGLE, ED, EDD & EDDY, KRAZY KAT and much more.
THE BEATLES CARTOON ART SHOW is an interactive listener experience. It features original BEATLES works created specifically for the show by CAMPBELL. RON paints live at the show creating new BEATLES cartoon art right before your eyes. Listeners have the opportunity to do more than browse the artwork – they can sit and watch RON create his paintings and talk to him about his incredible career.
There are no hard costs for the radio station. The radio station’s only responsibility is to secure a mutually agreeable venue to host the show and two hotel rooms for the show’s duration.
Contact SCOTT SEGELBAUM at scott@BeatlesCartoonArtShow.com or call (610) 389-1807 for more information.