Beatles - The Beatles Gambled With Minnesota Programme Cash

0
0
Subscribe Beatles

The Beatles gambled away the proceeds from sales of their programmes as they waited to take the stage at Minnesota's Twins Stadium in 1965.
Ray Crump, the equipment manager for the venue's home baseball team, the Minnesota Twins, offered to send his "bat boys" into the arriving crowds to sell the 5,000 souvenirs Beatles manager Brian Epstein had asked him to shift.
In new film Beatles Stories, he recalls, "They (bat boys) came down, and they gave Brian Epstein the money and Brian gave the money to the Beatles and... they pulled out a roulette wheel (from their luggage) and they played with the money.
"They all got right into the game."


Contactmusic

Tags: Beatles

0
0
Subscribe Beatles
Advertisement

More Beatles

Job Advert: Lollipop Lady, or Man, For 'Beatles' Abbey Road Crossing

A Westminster councillor is making plans to create a job opening for a lollipop lady or man to work at the famous 'Beatles' zebra crossing...

Guess Which Insects Have Killed the George Harrison Memorial Tree?

A tree planted in tribute to former Beatles guitarist George Harrison has died after being infested by...beetles. The pine tree was planted in Los Angeles'...

Beyoncé "Honoured & Humbled" By Hall Of Fame Exhibition

Beyoncé's fabulous collection of stage outfits in addition to some of her red carpet looks will be the focus of a new exhibition hosted at...

Happy Days! Why Ron Howard Will Make A Great Director Of The Beatles Documentary

Ron Howard is set to direct a new documentary focussing on The Beatles' journey from The Cavern Club in Liverpool to their final performance in...

Advertisement

Beatles Documentary In Safe Hands as Ron Howard Signs on to Direct

Ron Howard will direct and produce a fully authorized documentary on The Beatles touring years between 1960 and 1966, it has been confirmed. This is...

The Beatles Revived One More Time In Concert Documentary About The Early Years

Big news, Beatles fans: a new authorised documentary on the rock icons is in the works, with Ron Howard slated to direct. The film will...

Ron Howard to Direct Beatles Documentary, From Cavern Club to San Francisco

Oscar-winning filmmaker Ron Howard is set to direct a documentary about The Beatles, following their journey from Liverpool's Cavern Club to their last concert at...

Manic Street Preachers Named Most Lyrically Diverse As 'Futurology' Released

A tasty chunk of news for the music nerds: Manic Street Preachers have been found to be the most lyrically diverse act in a study...

Advertisement

Comments

Beatles Newsletter

Subscribe to this news alert service to receive news and reviews on Beatles

Unsubscribe | Unsubscribe All