Ringo Starr is looking for a few Beatlemania fans that he has come across in an old photo taken back in 1964, and would like to make contact with them according to Tuesday, October 22 reports from the Miami Herald.
The newspaper has been circulating the Ringo Starr 1964 photo in hopes that someone who was in the photo, or someone who might see the picture recognize the teens who pulled up next to the Beatles car nearly five decades ago in February 1964.
Starr has included the picture along with 240 others in his new book "Photograph," and would really love to talk with those fans today.
Ringo remembers snapping the 1964 photograph of the adventuresome teens, that include four males and two females as they pulled up next to their car in Miami Beach.
Starr recently stated in an interview with USA Today he would like to meet the teens who stared back at him with mixed expressions of surprise and excitement. They would be in their 60s now.
The Beatles drummer claims he has kept this picture with hundreds of others for yeas and will include it with his collection of never before seen photos for his news book "Photograph."
"Photograph" will be a limited edition leather bound print that will be available in November.
The singer stated that since publishing the Ringo Starr 1964 photo in the paper he has had several readers who have contacted the newsroom claiming it was them in the photo, or saying they knew who it was.
It will be interesting to see of Ringo Starr's 1964 photo will reunite him with the fans, and for the fans what a cool story to tell and share with their family members through the years.
Check out the Ringo Starr 1964 photo here.
By chance you were in or recognize anyone in the photo you may feel free to contact the Miami Herald by email Luisa Yanez at lyanez@MiamiHerald.com or call 305-376-4636.
Did you or anyone you know follow the Beatles back in 1964?
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