Daytrippin’ Magazine was published in hard copy format from 1997 to 2005.  Many articles and exclusive interviews that were published in Daytrippin’ Magazine serve as an important learning tool for Beatles History. These articles are timeless and will never be outdated.

Back Issues available either in print (hard copy) or electronic PDF format

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Descriptions of Daytrippin’ Magazine Back Issues #1 – 28:

(Note: Each issue of Daytrippin’ is 8.5″ x 11″ in size with at least 28 pages printed on white paper with a slick cover. The inside pages appear in black and white. The cover appears in color as shown.

In addition to the feature articles listed, each issue contains Beatles news, reviews, letters to the editor, recurring columns and a publisher’s note.)

issue28ISSUE 28 (Fall 2004/Winter 2005):
* Exclusive Interview: May Pang Speaks about Life with John;
* Exclusive Interview: Former Apple executive, Ken Mansfield;
* “A Friend Like You”: Brian Wilson’s songwriting partner talks about Brian and Paul’s duet;
* Lennon’s birthday celebrations / Yoko in Liverpool;
* Liverpool Memoirs from a musician’s perspective

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ISSUE 27 (Summer 2004):
* McCartney European tour report from Gijon and Madrid, Spain;
* Interview with “First U.S. Visit” filmmaker, Albert Maysles;
* Liverpool and Memphis celebrate 50th anniversary of rock and roll;
* Seattle celebrates Beatles Fab 40th U.S. Anniversary;
* Tour the Hard Rock Vault in Orlando, Florida

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issue26ISSUE 26 (Spring 2004):
* Interview with Robert Freeman about photographing The Beatles;
* Interview with Paul’s guitarist, Rusty Anderson;
* The Beatles Invade America Again (in Seattle);
* Report on Fab 40th Anniversary Celebrations in the U.S.;
* Armchair Beatles Scholarship: Examining Documented History

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ISSUE 25 (Winter 2004):
* Special 40th Anniversary Issue of the Beatles First Visit to the U.S.
* Interview with Larry Kane about his Ticket to Ride on the Beatles ’64 and ’65 Tours
* The Beatles historic visit to Seattle on the ’64 Tour
* Al Hirschfeld’s Beatle Drawings
* Every Fan’s Fantasy of Meeting the Beatles during the height of the mania
* A Look back at The Beatles Book Monthly
* Review of “Let It Be… Naked” by Bruce Spizer

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ISSUE 24 (Fall 2003):
* Paul’s concerts in Moscow and Liverpool
* Ringo’s concerts in New York and Chicago
* Interview with Donovan: Legendary musician and friend of the Beatles
* Interview with “Dream weaver” Gary Wright, musician and friend of George Harrison
* Tracing John Lennon’s childhood

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ISSUE 23 (Summer 2003):
* Release of Ringo Rama
* Interview with Ringo’s producer, Mark Hudson
* Ringo at Bottom Line and CD Signing
* Report on the Opening of Mendips
* Story of Julian Lennon’s birth
* Musicians Chris Botti & Shane Fontayne discuss the Beatles

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ISSUE 22 (Spring 2003):
* An analysis of George Harrison’s lyrics from 1970-2002
* Report on the Concert for George
* The history of the Lennon-McCartney songwriting credit controversy
* Yoko Ono’s 70th birthday celebrated: her life story and her role as Mrs. Lennon
* Interview with John Junkin, “Shake” from AHDN

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ISSUE 21 (Winter 2003):
* John Lennon’s legacy celebrated in Cuba: Interview with photographer Bob Gruen
* Interview with A Hard Day’s Night actor Victor Spinetti
* The Art of John Lennon
* Fred Seaman Scandal
* The Next “Rarities” Album

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ISSUE 20 (Fall 2002):
* Analysis of the Top 10 Beatle Moments in the Recording Studio
* Re-living the Beatles’ 65 concert in Houston and meeting Elvis
* Interview with R&B band who played at Paul’s wedding
* Interview with YES drummer, Alan White
* Drum Shop Owner’s Ringo connections

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issue19ISSUE 19 (Summer 2002):
* Macca 60th Birthday Issue
* Paul’s Driving USA Tour reports
* Eyewitness accounts of Paul backstage and at George Harrison tribute
* Heather Mills in-depth biographical profile (before Paul and today)
* LIPA student speaks
* Learn about the Garland Appeal charity dedicated to Linda
* Nils Lofgren interview (part 2)

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ISSUE 18 (Spring 2002):
* George Harrison Memorial Issue
* Insightful Biographical Profile of George
* Report on George and Eric Clapton’s 1992 Tour in Japan
* Reivew of “I Me Mine” –George’s autobiography
* Analysis of George’s Solo Work
* Celebrity Art Gallery in Maui, Hawaii (near George’s house)
* 25 Facts about George by Bill Harry
* Personal Reflections on George by several writers

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ISSUE 17 (Winter 2002):
* The Ex-Beatles Give Back to Charity including the Concert for Bangladesh, the Concert for New York City, and an eyewitness account of the Montreal “Give Peace a Chance” Bed-In
* Album expert Bruce Spizer asks: “Did Capitol Really Butcher the Beatles?”
* Special NYC reports: Two fans survive the Sept. 11 tragedy; and A Celebration of the Beatles’ New York
* Exclusive report on Lennon Birthday Tribute in Japan called “Dream Power”
* Stu Sutcliffe exhibit and new book

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issue16ISSUE 16 (Fall 2001):
* Tracing the history of the Quarrymen, including Rod Davis interview
* Report on Paul and Heather at Adopt-A-Minefield Benefit Show
* Ringo on Tour and at NYC CD signing
* “I Met Paul” at his NYC book signing
* The Great Sgt. Pepper Movie Disaster
* Premiere of Beatle Dot Net Internet Column by Robert Fontenot, Jr.

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ISSUE 15 (Summer 2001):
* Wingspan: The Story behind Paul’s post-Beatle band
* Interviews with former Macca bandmates, Steve Holley and Hamish Stuart
* Hanging out with Paul and Heather in NYC
* Exclusive Behind-the-scenes at the Hard Rock Cafe Warehouse
* The Beatles Spiritual Quest in India (part 2)
* Report on Paul’s NYC poetry reading and Charlie Rose taping

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ISSUE 14 (Spring 2001):
* The Beatles Spiritual Quest in India (part 1)
* Exclusive look at the refurbished Magical Mystery Tour Bus
* The Making of “All Things Must Pass”
* Visit to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Lennon exhibit
* Interview with music promoter, Sid Bernstein
* Meet radio hosts for Chicago “Breakfast with the Beatles”

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ISSUE 13 (Winter 2001):
* John Lennon Memorial Issue
* Interview with Yoko Ono
* Exclusive report on the new Lennon museum in Japan
* History of The Beatles Anthology
* Interview with author and “Paul” photographer, Jorie Gracen
* Meet American English Beatles’ tribute band

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Issue 12 (Fall 2000):
* The Impact of A Hard Day’s Night movie on popular culture
* Ringo finishes concert tour with All-Starrs
* Interview with Macca sideman, Robbie McIntosh
* The Beatles Myth: A Necessary Evil or a Thread in Time?
* A Garland for Linda premiere
* Debut of “Letter from London Town” column

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Issue 11 (Summer 2000):
* The Price of Fame: Examining the negative side of the Beatles’ popularity
* The Beatles, The Jets and Hamburg
* Ringo’s All-Starr press conference
* Linda McCartney’s friend and biographer, Danny Fields
* Re-release of Imagine on CD and DVD

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Issue 10 (Spring 2000):
* Special “Two of Us” Issue with 8-page section
* Meet Beatles tribute band, “1964 . . . The Tribute”
* Lennon lookalike meets the Beatles
* On the trail of John’s 1957 guitar

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Issue 9 (Winter 2000):
Special Millennium Collector’s Issue:
* Celebrities, Critics and Fans explain why the Beatles are the “Band of the Millennium”
* Results of Daytrippin’s Exclusive Beatles 2000 Poll
* Inside reports on PETA Gala and Run Devil Run Party
* Yellow Submarine Animation Art
[Print version SOLDOUT]

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Issue 8 (Fall 1999):
* Special Yellow Submarine Issue
* Behind the Scenes in the Making of Yellow Submarine
* Interview with Yellow Sub expert, Bob Hieronimus
* Yellow Submarine merchandise & critical reviews
* One fan’s journey to Hamburg, Germany

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Issue 7 (Summer 1999):
* Investigating the “Paul is Dead” rumor
* Interview with R. Gary Patterson, author of “The Walrus was Paul”
* In-depth interview with Beatles’ producer, Sir George Martin
* Sneak Peak at “Yellow Submarine”
* Tribute to Joe Pope
[Print version SOLDOUT]

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Issue 6 (Spring 1999):
* Photographer Harry Benson’s legendary photos and personal Beatle stories
* Ringo Starr Press Conference in NYC
* Paul Inducted into Hall of Fame
* Ringo’s U.S. concert tour
* Meeting Sir George Martin at the “Pepper” show

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Issue 5 (Winter 1999):
* Bob Gruen’s legendary photographs
* In-depth review of John Lennon Anthology
* Magical Mystery Tour to England
* Meeting Ringo Starr at Tower Records
* Premiere of Martin Lewis’ Commentary Column
[Print version SOLDOUT]

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Issue 4 (Fall 1998):
* The Life of Brian Epstein and His Impact on the Beatles’ Career
* Special Interview with Beatles expert, Martin Lewis
* Meet the famous “Paul” lookalike from the original Beatlemania cast
* On Tour with Sean Lennon
* Visit the only Beatles Museum in the U.S.

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Issue 3 (Summer 1998):
* Special Tribute to Linda McCartney
* Ringo Starr Recording Retrospective
* Meet Roy Young, the Unknown “fifth” Beatle
* Looking back at John and Yoko on the Mike Douglas Show
* Klaus Voormann and Astrid Kirchherr reminisce at New York convention
[Print version SOLDOUT]

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Issue 2 (Spring 1998):
* Essay by Ruth McCartney on “The Chemistry of Lennon and McCartney”
* EXCLUSIVE–George Harrison’s Favorite Guitar Maker
* Washington, DC Fan Club Celebrates the Anniversary of the Beatles First U.S. Concert
* Detailed report on Paul’s recent TV interviews
* L.A. Beatle convention update

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Issue 1 (December 1997):
* Remembering the Beatles in Hamburg with Astrid Kirchherr
* Historical Review: Release of Sgt. Pepper in 1967
* Interview with amazing Beatles artist, Shannon
* Art Gallery specializes in “Beatle” art and photography
* An eyewitness account of Paul’s NYC Standing Stone performance
* Tribute to John on the anniversary of his death

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If you have any questions about ordering Daytrippin’ Back Issues, please contact us at our companion site, Beatles-History.net, at this link.
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