MAX FM's Dave Mason Interviews George Harrison's Older Sister Louise On New Book
June 15, 2015 at 11:54 AM (PT)
LOCAL MEDIA OF AMERICA Oldies/Adult Hits XHPRS-F (105.7 MAX FM)/TIJUANA-SAN DIEGO APD and morning host DAVE MASON interviewed LOUISE HARRISON, older sister of GEORGE HARRISON, who recently wrote the book, "My Kid Brother's Band a.k.a. THE BEATLES."
HARRISON, who lived in southern ILLINOIS in the mid-'60s, helped spread the word on the Fab Four in AMERICA, telling manager BRIAN EPSTEIN how to promote the band on U.S. radio and that he had to book them on TV's "The ED SULLIVAN Show."
"I did hold in my arms when he was eight hours old," LOUISE told MASON in the chat, which can be heard here, about her decision to to write the book. She also recounted being interviewed on WMCA back when THE BEATLES were in NEW YORK to do the SULLIVAN Show, ruining the group's exclusive with rival disc jockey MURRAY THE K.