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Miranda Ward

Miranda Ward

Miranda Ward interviewed the Beatles, the Stones and many other leading pop groups of the '60s for various publications of the era. Miranda died in December 2019.

The Guardian's "Other Lives" obit

8 articles

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The Animals, The Beach Boys, The Kinks, Martha Reeves & The Vandellas: Hit Parader's Letter From London

Column by Miranda Ward, Hit Parader, October 1966

A FEW WEEKS ago when I met the KINKS for a drink, PETE QUAIFE ruined my stockings! The pub was crowded and in the crush ...

The Rascals: They May Not Have Had A Hit, But Paul McCartney Saw Them Twice! (They're the Young Rascals)

Report by Miranda Ward, Record Mirror, 7 January 1967

PAUL MCCARTNEY went to see them twice. As did BILL WYMAN, BRIAN JONES, KEITH MOON and many others. Them? THE YOUNG RASCALS. ...

Otis Redding In London

Report by Miranda Ward, Hit Parader, February 1967

WHEN OTIS REDDING was over here, Ready, Steady, Go! built up an entire programme around him, using his own band (only 9 of them came over, ...

The Rolling Stones Discover A New Generation Of Fans

Interview by Miranda Ward, Hit Parader, March 1967

IN FLANAGAN'S bar off Kensington High Street, Keith Richard, Brian Jones and I were being watched — by two bartenders in Edwardian dress and grey ...

The Beatles: George Harrison: The Scene and Heard Interview

Interview by Miranda Ward, unpublished, September 1967

NOTE: In a brief conversation that appeared on the BBC Radio program Scene and Heard, George Harrison spoke with reporter Miranda Ward from the set ...

The Beatles, The Bee Gees, Cream, Herman's Hermits, The Hollies, Geno Washington: Extra! The English Scene

Report by Miranda Ward, Hit Parader, November 1967

...from Our Gal In London... Miranda Ward ...

Simon & Garfunkel: Simon and Garfunkel's Amazing Reaction to London Concert

Comment by Miranda Ward, New Musical Express, 2 May 1970


Slade: School Leaver Assignment: Dave Hill Exclusive

Interview by Miranda Ward, School Leaver, 1974

Head Puts The Block On Slade!? ...

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