Stop the press – Beatle Bob gets his 15 minutes

March 12, 2008 at 3:56 pm | Posted in Matthew Hurst, Media | 4 Comments
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It was only a matter of time, and we all knew it.  Not only did the Associated Press run an article about the man who is argueably St. Louis’ most famous concert-goer, but we learned today that Beatle Bob is also being featured in the latest issue of Blender magazine.  Although we cannot seem to find a link to the article in question, our 5 minutes of research (ie Google) confirm that Beatle Bob is indeed profiled – with pictures!

It’s not as if it were difficult to photograph the man in action; just show up to the best concert in town on any given night.  But Beatle Bob is notoriously camera-shy, and in my experience even pointing a camera phone in his direction can elicit a Matrix-like dodge of the projectile lens from this off-beat dancing machine.  Apparently this photographic rule need not apply if you’re a contributor to a national music magazine.  Perhaps it’s all a ruse meant to draw our attention to the next show he’s hosting at the Lucas School House this upcoming March 20th?

The editorial staff of Highway 61 (revised) would like to congratulate Beatle Bob on finally getting his 15 minutes of fame.

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4 Comments

  1. Wow …. Beatle Bob is live and nation wide. Cool. It is always fun to watch him dance and do his thing at concerts.

  2. I found this in Harp magazine a few months ago. Looks like Beatle Bob is getting a few more than 15 minutes.

  3. I appreciate the love. Any chance you could link to the page on my site instead of the Feedburner link? Pretty please. :)

  4. Thanks, and done!


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