Best Fans Drive For Beatles Honor
Among those who have made their show of support public is Best's brother, Roag, who told the Liverpool Echo, "The formative years of The Beatles were very much Pete's years and, without these years, The Beatles would not have gone on to be the world icons they became."
Roag, who is the son of Beatles road manager Neil Aspinall, continued, "He did over 1,000 shows with them, which means he did more with them than Ringo Starr did in six years. In Hamburg, especially, they were doing eight or nine-hour sessions, so apart from playing more shows, he outstripped Ringo in hours played, as well." more on this story
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