102.9 MGK presents A Visual History Of The Fab Four

December 1, 2010

102.9 ‘MGK presents The Beatles Art Show- A Visual History Of The Fab Four Show & sale at Montgomery Mall from 12/8 – 12/24. The show will feature artwork created by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison & Ringo Starr plus famous Fab Four photographs, Beatles animation & more.


Classic Rock 102.9 ‘MGK is proud to present the ultimate event for the “Beatlemaniac” on anyone’s shopping list, the ‘Classic Rock 102.9 MGK Beatles Art Show’, Wednesday December 8 through Friday December 24 at the Montgomery Mall (Intersection of Route 309 and Route 202 in North Wales, PA 19454) . The exhibit space is located a few doors from JC Penney on the 1st level of the Mall. It will be open 10a to 9p each day (11a – 6p on Sunday). Admission to the show is free and all works are available to purchase. Items range in price from as low as $5 to as high as $10,000.

There’s been a boost of interest in The Beatles as of late due to the recent releases from the John Lennon catalog of music as well as the release of the entire Beatles catalog on iTunes.

WMGK’s Beatles Art Show is a celebration of both the music and art of the “the Lads from Liverpool”. The art show features rare artwork created by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison & Ringo Starr as well as famous Beatles photographs, album cover lithographs and one-of-a-kind Beatles animation. The exhibit also features related works from friends and influences of the band, including the Rolling Stones.

Some of the ‘Classic Rock 102.9 MGK Beatles Art Show’s’ biggest highlights are a rare 1975 fine art photograph of John Lennon in Philadelphia taken during his visit to Channel 6, photographs from Linda McCartney, Beatles art from Al Hirschfeld, one of a kind Beatles animation paintings, the debut of the Officially licensed Beatles Singles from Around the World art collage, a rare limited edition art piece from original Beatles bassist Stuart Sutcliffe and much more. It’s the largest collection of hand signed Beatles art ever assembled.

Photos of artwork are available on request, please contact Dan Fein at MGK at 610.617.4866, or Scott Segelbaum, the show’s curator, at 610.389.1807.