Rich Ulloa turned a teenage fascination with the Beatles into a career in music — first as founder of Yesterday & Today Records in Miami and then as an artist manager. Acts he worked with included The Mavericks, Mary Karlzen and For Squirrels.
Rich Ulloa turned a teenage fascination with the Beatles into a career in music — first as founder of Yesterday & Today Records in Miami and then as an artist manager. Acts he worked with included The Mavericks, Mary Karlzen and For Squirrels. Courtesy Rich Ulloa
Rich Ulloa turned a teenage fascination with the Beatles into a career in music — first as founder of Yesterday & Today Records in Miami and then as an artist manager. Acts he worked with included The Mavericks, Mary Karlzen and For Squirrels. Courtesy Rich Ulloa

The Beatles and a shy Miami pop singer changed Rich Ulloa’s life

December 23, 2015 06:09 AM

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