Breakfast With The Beatles
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Host of America's Longest Running Beatles Show

Personally interviewed Beatles: Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr and Pete Best. Appeared in Paul McCartney's film & ABC Television special Back In The U.S. Received a Platinum Records Award from Capitol Records for work on George Harrison's All Things Must Pass in 2001. Produced and wrote George Harrison's the All Things Must Pass Promotional Interview Disk for Capitol Records. This was to be George Harrison's last interview. Hosted, along with Pat O'Brien, Infinity's Broadcasting's World Premier of the Beatles re-issue of Let It Be...Naked, which aired on over 100 stations.

Introduced Ringo Starr on stage at the El Rey 2005 after Ringo announced the show on 97.1's Breakfast With The Beatles. Appeared on various television programs and news shows discussing The Beatles, including: ABC News, NBC News. CBS News, KCAL News, UPN News, Entertainment Tonight, VH1, BBC2, UK CH4 News. Received press for Breakfast With The Beatles in the following publications: Los Angeles Times, The Daily News, OC Register, and LA WEEKLY. New Times, Los Angeles Magazine, Beatlefan, MOJO, The UK SUN, Beatles Monthly to name a few. Wrote op-ed piece about The Beatles for Los Angeles Times called "Do Ya Want to Buy a Suitcase?" in July of 2004.

Hosted Capitol Records George Harrison's Brainwashed listening party. Started the Breakfast With The Beatles Film Series for the Los Angeles Red Cross. Chris originated this monthly film series for listeners at the legendary Hollywood Silent Movie Theater. As of Oct. 2005, the film series has donated over $150,000.00 various local disasters.

Emcee at the City of Los Angeles' official George Harrison Day at Griffith Park, which included appearances by the Harrison family and the Mayor of L.A. From 2001 to the present, Chris has all of the John Lennon & George Harrison gatherings at Capitol Records. All of which aired on local LA TV news channels. Infinity's 1993 Beatles Special hosted by Rodney Bingenheimer & Chris Carter has been archived in the Los Angeles Museum of Television & Radio. Chris has appeared in the following internationally published books... Larry Kane's - Lennon Reviled (2005) - Bruce Spizer's - The Beatles - Apple Years (2004) Bruce Spizer's - The Beatles - The Solo Apple Years (2005)