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BRANSON NEWS: The Beatle slipped into America undetected in September 1963 without fanfareIt was the last time he felt ‘like a normal human being’ Louise Harrison revealedHe played with a local band, visited US diners and shopped at record storesThe music legend from Liverpool died after long battle with lung cancer in 2001 Louise lives in a trailer and struggles to get by managing a Beatles cover bandShe and George both believed in reincarnation and she hopes they meet againBy
Phoebe Southworth For Mailonline
04:38 EST, 17 February 2018
06:28 EST, 17 February 2018
George Harrison made a secret trip to the US incognito five months before Beatlemania crossed the pond, his estranged sister has revealed.The music legend slipped into the country in September 1963 without fanfare, travelled the Midwest and played with a local band.It was the last time that the Beatle, who would have celebrated his 75th birthday on February 25, felt ‘like a normal human being’, said 86-year-old Louise Harrison.
George Harrison made a secret trip to the US incognito five months before Beatlemania crossed the pond, revealed his 86-year-old sister (pictured) who runs a Beatles tribute bandWORLDLY POSSESSIONS: THE WEALTH OF GEORGE HARRISON When George Harrison died in 2001 he left the vast majority of his $300 million fortune to his wife Olivia and son Dhani.He gave 10 percent to the Hare Krishna faith he famously embraced in the 1960s.His assets included a series of properties around the world, including one on Hamilton Island in Australia, near the Great Barrier Reef, and a secluded ocean-front home on the Hawaiian island of Maui.He also owned Friar Park – a 120-room mansion in Henley-on-Thames, where he was stabbed by a crazed intruder in 1999.His estate also included the rights to his hit songs, including My Sweet Lord – which was part of his mega-hit triple album, …
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