Tony Sheridan bio reveals his candid impressions of the early Beatles

Friday, April 12, 2013

He also got Sheridan to candidly characterize the four Beatles, and also Pete Best and Stu Sutcliffe. He says Paul McCartney exuded a "casual brightness," while John Lennon was "rude, crude, witty and unholy."

The book is not a long read at 119 pages, but is well worth it for Sheridan's historical perspective. The book is available through Mann's website and

Q: When did you and Tony Sheridan first meet?

Alan Mann: “As far as I can be certain, we met at around age 4 when we both went to the local Infants (Bignold) School in Norwich, which would have been circa 1943/4.

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Source: Examiner: BY: STEVE MARINUCCI
Photo Credits: Wikimedia Commons 

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