Never before has any book explored the roots of Sir Paul McCartney in such detail. Beatles fans and people with an interest in local history will be fascinated by this journey into the Liverpool background of one of the world's greatest singer/songwriters.
By exploring childhood homes, schools and family photo albums, plus other significant points of family history, author Kevin Roach tells the full McCartney story from before the Fab Four took the pop world by storm.
Using the vast archive of the Liverpool Record Office, Trinity Mirror and a selection of fantastic images from the family album, we discover the influences on Paul and his brother Michael, by going back to where they once belonged.
The essay first came to light when I was researching for my book 'The McCartney's In The Town Where They Were Born' although a lot of other researchers knew of the essay they along with Sir Paul, thought it had been distroyed 60years ago but during my research if found it had been kept in Liverpool Record Office archives department, along with the other winning essay's.