Making his return to Ocala, author Bob Kealing takes us through the momentous two weeks the Beatles spent in 1964 Florida; a time of turmoil and transition. The Beatles spent more time in Florida than any other place in North America during that watershed year. In his new book, "Good Day Sunshine State: How the Beatles Rocked Florida," Kealing charts times of innocence, influence, and activism for the Beatles in Florida. He also uncovers a nexus between the Beatles and Martin Luther King Jr. who also spent considerable time in 1964 Florida. His primary source research includes more than thirty new interviews, and access to rare letters and documents from the Hard Rock Collection and the Flagler College Digital Civil Rights Collection.