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Posted in Beatles Examiner, News, Podcast on November 17, 2010 by Bertone

The day is finally here! The show returns from hiatus number 99 to talk about the Fab Four coming to iTunes. Steve “Beatles Examiner” talks with me on this episode about the implications and reactions.

Check it out here!

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Decade in Review

Posted in Beatles Examiner, Podcast on March 26, 2010 by Bertone

I’ve promised this thing for months and it’s FINALLY here. Click here to check out the “Decade in Review” episode of “Bertone Beatle Bonanza” that I recorded with “Beatles Examiner” Steve a few months ago.

I hope to have the Laurence Juber episode up before I leave for my Beatles Cruise!

Monday Report

Posted in Podcast on February 15, 2010 by Bertone

A very brief Monday Report podcast has been posted. Guess what Beatles landmark is now for sale?

“Monday Report” Returns!

Posted in Podcast on February 1, 2010 by Bertone

A new “Monday Report” is posted! Our first since October! Podcast hiatus is done! Download it here.

Whoops

Posted in Podcast, Website Stuff on January 19, 2010 by Bertone

As you all expected, I didn’t get nearly half of the stuff done I said I would last week. I worked my real life job twice as much last week as I thought. Still, I did have daily postings and get a good enough chunk of stuff done that I don’t feel rotten. A new podcast has been recorded and will be edited and released in a matter of days.

Sports Bar Podcast

Posted in Podcast on December 15, 2009 by Bertone

First show since my bandwidth broke is up! Tribute to the Beatles by different bands and artists. It was partially recorded at a sports bar, hence the name. Listen to it here.

New Podcast Begins “Interview Month”

Posted in Podcast on November 8, 2009 by Bertone

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During the fifth birthday show I made a proclamation that the month of November would feature an interview this week. This week we begin our monthlong series of interviews with the author of the new biography, “Paul McCartney: A Life”, Peter Ames Carlin. Check it out here.