Tells the story of the man who brought the Beatles to America, chronicling his humble beginnings to his personal and professional involvement with such outstanding performers as Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, and Judy Garland.
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Born in Harlem in 1918, Sid Bernstein showed that he had an ear for "sound"-knowing when a singer or group had the inimitable "it"-even as a young boy. That inherent ability sparked an illustrious decades-long career as an agent, manager and promoter to many of the top stars in the entertainment world. Sid and his wife, Gerry, make their home on Manhattan's Upper East Side.
Arthur Aaron was born in the Bronx, New York, in l942. He graduated from Yeshiva University with a degree in political science. A lifelong music aficionado, he worked in the industry for over thirty-five years as an independent record producer, manager and music publisher. He and his wife, Julia, currently reside in New Jersey.Review:
Sid Bernstein helped make my dreams come true. -- Tony Bennett
Sid Bernstein is a wonderful person who was instrumental in introducing the Beatles. -- Sir Paul McCartney
Sid Bernstein is one of those unique individuals. . . . He’s one of the good guys. -- Dick Clark
Sid Bernstein is the quintessential gentleman promoter. He is part P. T. Barnum, part Donald Trump and part Henry Kissinger— -- Geraldo Rivera
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