Hide Your Love Away: An Intimate Story of Brian Epstein as told by Larry Stanton

Category: Book
By (author): Bragg-Marcelli, Robin
By (author): Marcelli, Rick
Other Primary Creator: Stanton, Larry
Subject:  BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Composers & Musicians
  MUSIC / General
  MUSIC / Genres & Styles / Rock
  SOCIAL SCIENCE / Conspiracy Theories
Publisher: Trine Day
Published: January 2022
Format: Book-paperback
Pages: 240
Size: 9.00in x 6.00in x 0.50in
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From The Publisher*While Brian Epstein was basking in the attainment of Beatlemania, and with the Beatles traveling worldwide, he was struggling with what was considered at the time a concealed darker side of life. The artists he managed had no knowledge of the demons Brian hid within, but due to a chance meeting, Larry Stanton became a very close friend. Both struggled with laws against homosexuality that interfered with their love relationship and sexual desires. In a time where free love and a hippie movement was rage of the 1960s, Brian Epstein and Larry Stanton still had to travel in a secretive hidden underground world to meet others with similar sexual interests. Notorious London gangsters and music moguls who played in the demise of the internationally recognized manager are disclosed. Hide Your Love Away narrates details of Brian and Larry's four-year close and personal relationship and the introduction of a young manipulative man who became the toxic lover that may be responsible for Brian's early death. Hide Your Love Away finally reveals the story of Brian and Larry's quest for true love and supportive companionship when the laws of England and the U.S. kept gay men and women locked in t
Biographical NoteRobin Bragg-Marcelli has forty-five years in management experience at University of California, Los Angeles that included management of five UCLA Extension campuses. She was VP-NoHoWest NC, EMT trained, Ambassador-City of Santa Monica, a volunteer Battalion 14 Coordinator with LAFD-CERT (16 yrs.), LAPD, FBI-LACAAA, FBI-InfraGard-L.A., and certified in Homeland Security and Emergency Management. Rick Marcelli has fifty-seven years in show business covering every area in the Entertainment world from Personal Management to Producing. He was Executive Producer for TV Shows on FOX network, ITV, BBC in England, New Zealand, and with Dick Clark Productions, and Director of development for CBS, William Self Productions.  He is a member of the Producers Guild and Television Academy, and also a volunteer with LAPD, FBI-LACAAA, and FBI-InfraGard-L.A. He is author of a book entitled Smoke & Mirrors that has sold over 2000 copies. Larry Stanton was born in 1937 and raised in Southern California. He served in the military having joined the Air Force, and then Reprise Records signed him to a recording contract in his early twenties. He was an entertainer, a studio engineer, a mastering engineer, a personal manager, and a record producer for twenty years. He had a successful career outside of the entertainment industry, and continues living in Southern California.