The Beatles: 2 by 4
Debut of new show on WFDU-FM Sunday, November 6 at 11a.m.
Teaneck, NJ (October 17, 2005) -- Forty plus years later and the music of The Beatles still sounds as relevant and revolutionary as ever. It’s almost a rite of passage for any budding music enthusiast to discover and to explore this unparalleled catalog of classic, catchy and experimental rock music. John, Paul, George and Ringo will live on for another 40 years...and beyond.
“The Beatles: 2 by 4” (2 special hours by 4 extraordinary musicians) is a new addition to the WFDU-FM line-up, and one that we’re excited to present,” said Barry Sheffield, program director at WFDU-FM and host of the show. “Sure, there have been ‘other’ radio shows devoted to The Beatles, and some of them are fan favorites, but we’re confident that this program will raise the bar on how the legacy of the Fab Four is represented.”
Using actual interviews, live performances, rare studio outtakes, and in-depth looks into every facet of what made The Beatles a phenomenon, “The Beatles: 2 by 4” is setting the stage for the continuing Beatles revolution.
”The Beatles: 2 by 4” will air every Sunday from 11a.m.- 1 p.m. on 89.1 WFDU-FM. The show is written and produced by WFDU-FM Production Director and Saturday night (11p.m.-1a.m.) personality, Ghosty, and is hosted by Barry Sheffield.