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Ringo Starr, the former Beatles drummer, is hoping to identify a group of fans in a photo he took during the Beatles’ first tour of the U.S. in 1964.
Starr has just published Photograph, a book of personal photos he took during his years with the Beatles. According to USA Today, one of those photos features a group of six fans crammed into a car that pulled up to the Beatles’ motorcade.
Starr doesn’t quite remember the details of the photo. He knows it was taken during a stop in Florida, so it could be in Miami. “It's just a great shot,” Starr told USA Today. "They're looking at us and I'm photographing them."
If anyone has an idea of who’s in the photo, you are asked to contact USA Today’s Edna Gundersen on Twitter.
Photograph was published by Genesis Publications and is already available as an e-book. A print version is out on Nov. 22. According to the Daily Mail, there will be just 2,500 copies, all signed by Starr.
Meanwhile, Forbes is reporting that the members of the Beatles made a combined $71 million in the past year. Paul McCartney made $47 million alone, according to the magazine.
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