Item #73532 KYA BEAT

KYA BEAT. Vol. 1, No. 45; June 4, 1966.

San Francisco, CA: KYA/BEAT Publications, 1966. Tabloid newspaper, folded in half to display cover. Light shelfwear. Very good.

Item #73532

16 pp. Tabloid magazine/newsletter produced by BEAT Publications for Bay Area radio station KYA AM 1260 (now Catholic station KSFB). In this issue: Beatle Single Is Minus the Sitar by Tony Barrow, Only Lovers left Alive: Stones Roll Ahead of Beatles by Nine Hundred Thousand, Them Coming to America Thanks to BEAT Readers, Paul McCartney with 48 Per Cent by Shirley Poston, The Tokens Want to Appeal to Middle Aged Women by Carol Deck, On the Beat with Louise Criscione, Here Come the British!, Now a Teen Time Capsule!, What Beatles Like and Dislike About Americans by Gil McDougall, Writers' Revolution in Pop World, Hotline London: Stones in 20 Cities, Beat Exclusive: Elvis 'Keeps to Himself' Says Leading Lady Donna Douglas, Inside KYA by Ed Hider, An American View of London, 'Heaven help Him, He's Got My Nose' by Sue Barry, Noel Harrison Joins 'Girl From U.N.C.L.E.,' Too Many 'Diddy Wahs,' In Search of Folk: Toothbrushes, Snow Fights and Womenfolk, Do You Believe Mrs. Miller???, Many Days in Roy's Life by Kimmi Kobashigawa, For Girls Only, and The Adventures of Robin Boyd (Chapter Thirty).

Price: $45.00