On January 25, 2013 Jim Berkenstadt was interviewed by WPR’s Veronica Rueckert. Berkenstadt shared stories from his new book about Jimmie Nicol, The Beatle Who Vanished. Listen to find out how Jimmie Nicol was chosen as The Beatle’s temporary drummer when Ringo fell ill just before their first world tour. The interview is filled with […]Continue Reading →
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The life and career of Jimmie Nicol is like an incomplete puzzle with pieces missing – not easily explained or understood.The Beatle Who Vanished is a non- fiction biography about Beatles’ drummer Jimmie Nicol that takes the reader on a quest to find out the truth about the mysterious man. For a brief 13 days […]Continue Reading →
On December 3, 2012 Jim Berkenstadt’s new book The Beatle Who Vanished was featured in an article on Examiner.com. Author Steve Merinucci takes readers behind the scenes of the new Beatles book about drummer Jimmie Nicol set to release in early 2013.Continue Reading →
In March of 2012 Jim Berkenstadt was interviewed by the Americana Gazette. Below is an excerpt from the article. BW: So Jim, How did you get started as a researcher for Music, TV, and Film? Your client list is pretty impressive. JB: It started in the late 60’s. I had collected records prior to that […]Continue Reading →
On March 21, 2012 Jim Berkenstadt was interviewed by IBMadison.com:In Business with Jody & Joan. Listen to the Podcast below. Jim Berkenstadt, Rock and Roll Detective, LLC, takes us inside the business of his very special niche – finding “lost” recordings and supplying historical band information to projects directed by Martin Scorsese, Apple record label, […]Continue Reading →
On January 12, 2011 Jim Berkenstadt was featured in a CityPages.com article. Below is an excerpt from the article. When Jim Berkenstadt first heard about the Beatles, he thought they were a comedy troupe. There they were, four grown men, cavorting together in a bed to advertise their 1964 TV debut on the Ed Sullivan Show. […]Continue Reading →