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UPCOMING AUTHOR APPEARANCES:
Stay Safe out there until we can all come together again!
FOLLOW THIS LINK TO PREVIEW SEVERAL CHAPTERS OF THE BOOK BY CLICKING ON EACH BOOK COVER:
WATCH CHUCK'S INTERVIEW WITH ACCLAIMED JOURNALIST James Rosen
Watch Matt from his "Matthew Street" YouTube Channel discussing my book:
COAST TO COAST AM-December 8, 2020 2 hour interview with George Noory
COAST TO COAST AM-August 2016 2 hour interview with George Knapp (66 tour)
COAST TO COAST AM-August 2015 2 hour interview with George Knapp (65 tour)
COAST TO COAST AM-September 2014 2-hour interview with George Knapp (64 tour)
My latest interview with Ed Chen and his "When They Was Fab" Podcast-Part 1
Part 2 of the interview:
"Swinging Through the Sixties" with Richard Buskin and Eric Tarros: The Chicago shows
"Something About The Beatles" Podcast by Richard Buskin and Robert Rodriguez
"FAB4CAST" A podcast out of Denmark:
"The John Lennon Hour" with host Jude Southerland Kessler:
"CHUCK MORSE SPEAKS" ON USA RADIO NETWORKS:
IRA STERNBERG'S INTERVIEW WITH CHUCK
ON THE SHOW "TALK ABOUT LAS VEGAS":
CHUCK'S INTERVIEW WITH KEN MICHAELS AND
STEVE MARINUCCI ON THEIR RADIO SHOW, "THINGS WE SAID TODAY":
IN PRINT AND ONLINE:
THE ROCK AND ROLL CHEMIST REVIEW-10 OUT OF 10 STARS!
GILLIAN GAAR'S REVIEW IN GOLDMINE MAGAZINE:
JOHN GOODMAN'S ARTICLE IN VANCOUVER'S NORTH SHORE NEWS:
(The Beatles played 32 shows, NOT 34 as reported.)
JEFF SLATE'S ARTICLE ON ESQUIRE.COM:
RICHIE UNTERBERGER'S REVIEW IN THE MAY 2014 ISSUE OF MOJO
(BLONDIE ON THE COVER):
"Astonishingly detailed, lavisly illustrated...meticulously documented...what a collection of memorabilia and rare photos."
BEATLEFAN MAGAZINE, EXCERPTS FROM REVIEW BY BRAD HUNDT,
ISSUE #207 (March-April 2014):
"Gunderson offers such a precise, detailed breakdown of how The Beatles spent their time in every city they visited on their hectic American summer tours in 1964, 1965 and 1966-he even knows what they ordered from room service in some cities."
"Some Fun Tonight gives you a feeling of what it must have been like on the road when Beatlemania was at its headiest."
"The richness of detail Gunderson offers and his dedicated detective work is such that (Mark) Lewisohn himself might
have to crack open Gunderson's books several times when he is researching the next volume in his three-part Beatles biography."
"The photo section in the book is amazing. That's not hyperbole. Gunderson manages to work in photos from every city from the three tours, a great many of which have never been seen between two covers before. That he was able to find
so many of them, and reproduce them with such stunning clarity would make "Some Fun Tonight" worthwhile...
a herculean effort."
"This is among the best scholarship on The Beatles you will find."
BOOK REVIEW ON HUFFINGTON POST:
BEATLES EXAMINER Q & A (MARCH 21, 2014):
MENTION OF THE BOOK BY FAMED NEW YORK TIMES CRITIC ALLAN KOZINN:
BOOK REVIEW IN THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS:
BOOK MENTION IN THE SEATTLE TIMES:
BOOK REVIEW IN COLLECTOR'S WEEKLY:
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