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Mersey Beat

Welcome to the home of Mersey Beat, the ground-breaking entertainment newspaper that gave The Liverpool Sound its name. The Beatles were strongly featured from the very first issue and used to drop into the Mersey Beat office to help out, answering the phone, typing - John Lennon contributed a column. Mersey Beat Founder, Bill Harry, started the publication 1961 and is behind the launch of merseybeat.co.uk an innovative website specialising in rock and pop memorabilia.

Mersey Beat brings you the opportunity to own some of the most original and iconic images of the 60's when the Mersey Beat sound changed the World; including Mersey Beat T shirts, books, CDs and prints. There will be regular additions to the memorabilia - mostly of an exclusive nature not obtainable elsewhere - all fully licensed.

In addition to rock and pop merchandise there is a huge amount of editorial material on The Beatles, Mersey Artists, rock and pop films and archives from the Mersey Beat Newspaper itself – to see the full list visit the Editorial page – the articles below are a taster of what is on offer:


 
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  Elvis – The Movie

‘Elvis’ was A Dick Clark film which was originally screened in

  Speedway

Elvis’ 27th film was a 94 minute MGM production, directed by Norman Taurog

 
  Quickly, Tommy.

The singer was born Norman Green in Liverpool on July 7 1943. He was a fitter

  Genie Queen, The

Abbey Clancy, born 10 January 1986 in Liverpool, had aspirations of becoming

 

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Mersey Beat Sound Limited 2006