Cancelled: Let It Be: 50th Anniversary of the Album

We have had to cancel this because the presenter mistakenly doublebooked us and another library. We will try to get him back next year.

January 1969, in which the Beatles recorded what would ultimately constitute the album Let it Be, is paradoxically both the least understood and most well-documented month of the band's entire existence. This 90-minute multimedia presentation will explain what happened during that fractious month through quotes from the band members and “fly on the wall” excerpts from the sessions.

Music Historian Aaron  Krerowicz's program last year about the influences on Led Zeppelin's Stairway to Heaven was wonderful. The audience had a great time with the trivia, the music and the insights. We learned so much about the different styles of music. This program promises to teach us all something about this icon album and group.