George Harrison autographed British Airways Menu The Beatles
George Harrison autographed British Airways First Class Menu The Beatles. Signed in blue pen adding “Best Wishes” above his signature, lovely George Harrison autograph.
A pop star, songwriter, recording artist and producer George Harrison autographed British Airways menu. The youngest of Harold and Louise French Harrison’s four children, George played lead guitar and sometimes sang lead vocals for the Beatles. In Addition, like his future band mates, Harrison was not born into wealth. Louise was largely a stay-at-home mom (who also taught ballroom dancing), while her husband Harold drove a school bus for the Liverpool Institute, an acclaimed grammar school that George attended and where he first met Paul McCartney. Additionally, by his own admission, Harrison was not much of a student, and what little interest he did have in his studies washed away with his discovery of the electric guitar and American rock and roll.
As Harrison would later describe it; he had an “epiphany” of sorts at the age 12 or 13; while riding a bike around his neighbourhood, and getting his first whiff of Elvis Presley’s “Heartbreak Hotel; “which was playing from a nearby house. Furthermore, by the age of 14, Harrison, whose early rock heroes included Carl Perkins; Little Richard and Buddy Holly, had purchased his first guitar and taught himself a few chords.