In 1970, many thought Badfinger would become the new Beatles. In fact, the Beatles did, too! Their label, Apple Records signed them, and Paul McCartney wrote a hit for them. What could go wrong? As it turned out, everything. Their story turned out to be one of tragedy and heartbreak. But its last surviving original member, Joey Molland, is at Solar Studio in Orlando, Fl. working to see that their legacy goes out on a high note.
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