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January 16, 2004 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-01-16

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DELI MCAT TRAY

SUPER BOWL
XXXVIII
SUNDAY,
FEB. 1, 2004

• Choice of S Famous
Bread Basket Deli Meats

• 2 Cheeses

• Double-baked Jewish Rye Bread
• Topor's Kosher Pickles

That would change, when word was
confirmed that the Beatles would be
returning for a U.S. summer tour.
Kane recalls that he was prodded by
WFUN management to write Epstein,
in hopes of securing an exclusive inter-
view for the radio station that would
coincide with a scheduled concert in
Jacksonville, Fla.
Epstein, perhaps misconstruing that
Kane also represented six other affiliate
stations listed on his letterhead and
business card, responded with an invi-
tation for Kane to travel with the
group for the entire 25-city, month-
long tour.
Awed by his unexpected good for-
tune and armed with a 20-pound reel:
to-reel tape recorder, Kane would be a
high-flying member of the Beatles offi-
cial entourage, with full and complete
access to the group on and offstage.
His reports and interviews would be
fed and syndicated to 45 radio stations
and highlights are heard on a bonus
CD that's packaged with the book.
From those tapes, Kane reveals the
close bonding that quickly developed

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"It's a Family Affair: Brunch With
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Jan. 25, at the Max M. Fisher Music
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1 p.m. brunch will be followed by
the 3 p.m. concert "Classical
Mystery Tour: A Tribute to the
Beatles." JHAS fund-raiser ticket
prices: Yellow Submarine (dress cir-
cle), $225; Abbey Road (main
floor), $180; Penny Lane (balcony),
$150; 18 and younger (balcony),
$75. Valet parking. Information at
JHAS: Beth Tryon, (248) 661-2999.
In addition to the fundraiser per-
formance, the concert also will be
performed 8 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 22,
and 8:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday,
Jan. 23-24. The DSO concert-only
tickets are $18-$54, with limited
box seats available. (313) 576-5111.

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