Got a Girl Crush On: Good Ol’ Freda! the untold story of Freda Kelly, the Beatles’ trusted secretary and friend throughout their rise to fame. On The Beatles’ 1963 Christmas record, George Harrison gives thanks to “Freda Kelly in Liverpool.” The three other Beatles shout out in response, “Good Ol’ Freda!” George is referring to Freda Kelly, The Beatles’ secretary from the early Cavern Club days when they were playing to audiences of 30 people at lunchtime, all the way through their years of international popularity and stardom, and until they eventually broke up in 1970. P.S. - Check out the Kickstarter! (via winesburgohio)

Got a Girl Crush On: Good Ol’ Freda! the untold story of Freda Kelly, the Beatles’ trusted secretary and friend throughout their rise to fame.

On The Beatles’ 1963 Christmas record, George Harrison gives thanks to “Freda Kelly in Liverpool.” The three other Beatles shout out in response, “Good Ol’ Freda!”

George is referring to Freda Kelly, The Beatles’ secretary from the early Cavern Club days when they were playing to audiences of 30 people at lunchtime, all the way through their years of international popularity and stardom, and until they eventually broke up in 1970.

P.S. - Check out the Kickstarter!

(via winesburgohio)