Benny Sarcota was a typical, non-descript American high school on the cusp of the 1960's until he decided to get involved with the student exchange program that sent him across the Atlantic.
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The quiet American boy brought his drum set with to Liverpool, England, and soon began jamming with three LIverpudlians named John, Paul and George. Benny joined the Scousers' new band, and within a few years the American Beatle became part of the most sensational rock group in history.
Now dubbed "Bando" Sarcota, the American Beatle enjoyed the raging fame and fortune created by the three Brits and a Yank, but just as quickly it all came crashing down on the American drummer when the boys opted for "one of their own."
The American Beatle is a compelling glimpse behind the studio walls and backstage through the eyes of a young American living the ultimate rock fantasy.