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Beatles Road Manager Bio Coming Next Year: Mal Evans

Beatles Road Manager Bio Coming Next Year: 
Mal Evans Killed by LAPD in 1976 Got Little Help from His Friends 
   by Roger Friedman - December 2, 2021 

 

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The Badfinger hit produced by a Beatles roadie (November 7, 2021)

Far Out Magazine: Online culture magazine 
 
The Badfinger hit produced by a Beatles roadie 
   by Tyler Golsen (November 7, 2021) 

 

 

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Julie Evans (Daughter of Mal Evans)

Julie Suzanne Rossow 

 
The Iveys - Maybe Tomorrow ST-3355 a
Julie 
Julie Evans
Mal and Julie 
Mal Evans and Julie Evans
 
 
 
 [Cover Slick] Iveys / Maybe Tomorrow (ST-3355) 

 

[Magazine] Rolling Stone #206 (February 12, 1976)

Malcolm Frederick "Mal" Evans (May 27, 1935 - January 5, 1976) 
mal 1935-1976
 
 
'6th Beatle' Mal Evans Killed in Los Angeles 
   by Patrick Snyder and Dolores Ziebarth 
Rolling Stone #206 (February 12, 1976) mal
 
Evans had also contracted to produce a new group called Natural Gas, made up of Joey Molland (formerly of Badfinger), ex-Humble Pie Jerry Shirley, ex-Rare Bird David Kaffinetti and Mark Clarke (formerly of Uriah Heep). The group had not signed with any label, but was scheduled to record January 5th. 
 
cover: David Bowie 
Rolling Stone #206 (February 12, 1976) cover
 

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Marquee Club Concert Programme (1968)

Marquee Club Concert Programme (January 1968) 
     Sat. 6th   The Iveys / The Open Mind 
     Thur. 25th   The Neat Change / The Iveys 
Marquee Club Programme January 1968
One day, Bill Collins contacted Mal, telling him of a gig his young Iveys were playing at the Marquee club in London. Mal went down to check it out, bringing Apple Record's potential new A&R head, Peter Asher. The date was January 25, 1968.    Without You: The Tragic Story of Badfinger  by Dan Matovina 
 
They were playing at the Marquee Club in London's Wardour Street when Mal Evans brought Apple's A&R man along to have a listen. Peter Asher wasn't exactly inflamed with enthusiasm over The Iveys in concert but Evans became an instant devotee. Mal asked Bill for some tapes of the group to play to Paul McCartney.    The Longest Cocktail Party  by Richard DiLello 
 
 
 
Marquee Club Concert Programme (February 1968) 
     Sat. 3rd   The Iveys / The Open Mind 
Marquee Club Programme Feb 1968
 
 
 
 Marquee Club Concert Programme (November 1966) 
     Mon. 21st   Brian Auger / The Other Thing and Julie Driscoll / The Ivey's 
 Marquee Club Concert Programme (December  1966) 
     Fri. 9th   Sands / The Iveys 
     Thur. 22nd   The Pink Floyd / The Iveys 

 
 Marquee Club Concert Programme (July 1967) 
     Thur. 20th   Marmalade / The Iveys 
 Marquee Club Concert Programme (October 1967) 
     Sat. 14th   The Neat Change / The Iveys 
 Marquee Club Concert Programme (November 1967) 
     Thur. 30th   The Marmalade / The Iveys / Savoy Brown Blues Band 

 
 
 [Magazine] Melody Maker / Marquee Club ad (July-Nov 1967) 

 [Magazine] Melody Maker / Marquee Club ad (Jan-July 1968) 


Badfinger along with Mal Evans and Pat Roach (1970)

Badfinger along with Mal Evans and Pat Roach (1970) 
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Melody Maker 1970
 
Pat Roach (May 19, 1937 - July 17, 2004) 
Pat Roach
Pat Roach If
 
Pat Roach - German Mechanic [Indiana Jones] 
Pat Roach - German Mechanic Indiana Jones
Pat Roach - Giant Sherpa [Indiana Jones] 
Pat Roach - Giant Sherpa Indiana Jones
Pat Roach - Chief Guard [Indiana Jones] 
Pat Roach - Chief Guard Indiana Jones
 

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