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Louise Harrison, George Harrison's sister at the opening of Michael McKee's Beatle Museum, Va Beach, October 15-17, 1999


Lou autographing her book, "This Is Love", signing, "Nice guy, nice harmonies, big head."  Then she explained when The Beatles hit America, she wrote "big head" in a letter to George, warning him of getting an ego with his success!


Here I am on stage with Joey Molland of Badfinger. We sang "No Matter What" and "Come and Get It.


ABC News covered the museum's opening.  I was on national TV for all of  2  seconds!


PRight to left: Sid Bernstein, Regina Burch, Jamie King Colton, Lou Harrison, Bruce, Joey Molland, Walter Shenson, and Roy Young

Press Day continues:
Pete Best, Sid, and the rest...

From left to right: Roy Young, Walter Shenson, Joey Molland, Bruce Spizer,
Lou Harrison, Jamie King Colton...

Sid Bernstein and Lou Harrison

Sid Bernstein and me

Pete Best, The Beatles' original drummer.

Joey Molland of Badfinger.

Me with Walter Shenson and Jim Tucke (pronounced Tuhk'-ee)

No, it's not Ringo, but an imposter!
On the left is Jim Tucke's wife, Joan.

Me with a guitar signed by George Harrison.

Me (touching) the bass drum head used by Ringo on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1964. It sold in 2015 for $2.125 million!