George Harrison (1943-2001) was lead guitarist in The Beatles. He began playing with John Lennon and Paul McCartney while they were still in The Quarrymen. Harrison contributed much to the band’s signature sound. His fascination with Indian mysticism led the band to adopt sounds and ideas from the subcontinent. Following the Beatles’ split in 1970, he enjoyed a successful solo career.
An unsigned, handwritten letter from George Harrison to a fan.
Harrison writes: “Dear Dianne/ Thanks for the letter. I taught myself to play the guitar, my car number is L.T.U 409./ I can speak a little german my parents names are Louis, and Harry, and I have visited Germany, Spain and Holland./ Billy Fasy must be 23 too!”
Harrison wrote this letter in Llandudno in 1963, where the Beatles played a concert at the height of Beatlemania.
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