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Paul Mccartney Letter

October 17, 2011 by staff 

Paul Mccartney LetterPaul Mccartney Letter, Sir Paul McCartney all need a little help – a drummer. A handwritten letter by McCartney 18 years old, seeking a drummer unknown to audition for the Beatles is folded inside a book at a garage sale, Liverpool, ABC reported.

Dated August 12, 1960, the note you invite someone to put an ad in the Liverpool Echo, the birthplace of the Beatles a day at the hearing. McCartney’s announcement said it was not signed and simply said, “Young-drummer-free” reports Associated Press.

The letter was written a few days before the Beatles would go to a concert of two months in Hamburg, Germany, then drummer Pete Best. It was also better than two years before being replaced by Ringo Starr, who shot to fame with the Fab Four and created the Beatles ever known.

At the time of the letter, the Beatles also included Suttcliffe Stu, who played bass and McCartney went to the guitar. The letter said the battery must be able to travel immediately to Hamburg, AP reports.

Expenses paid 18 pounds per week (approximately) for two months, “McCartney wrote in the letter, reports ABC.” If the club interested Jacaranda ring. ”

The letter, signed, “Sincerely, Paul McCartney of the Beatles’ drummer does not indicate whether the ghost and the Beatles never got together – for an audition.

Christie’s spokeswoman Leonie Pitts said it is true that the letter was not written to Starr, who was then with Rory Storm and the Hurricanes, the AP reports. Auction has not contacted McCartney, wondering if he knew anything about the battery in the ad, reports AP.

Christie’s auction house said Monday that the letter is likely to attract more than 7,000 pounds (and 11,000) when it is sold November 15 along with other reminders of pop, according to the AP.

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