Searchers talk to BBC 1

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Searchers talk to BBC 1

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Postby (hamilton_square) » Wed Apr 03, 2019 2:04 pm

John McNally at 77 looks well for his age. A fully paid-up, bona-fide troubadour, who stayed the course well despite some not so good times due to intergroup ‘stuff’ he had to put up with over the years. But, as he himself admits, being a member of a group for near 60 years was the only thing he knew how to do as a living.

In August 2018 John McNally gave an extended, and wide-ranging, down-the-phone interview to BBS Radio, an internet broadcaster based in Lafayette, California uploaded to You Tube at …



He talks about having a stroke, how he has difficulty when playing some numbers, how it was Frank Allen’s decision to call it a day … and, the mediocrity of Pete Best.
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