Caitlin Larkin of #BeatleTok joins The Beatles Channel as a new host
Get ready for a brand-new show on The Beatles Channel (Ch. 18) hosted by one of the biggest Fab Four fans around: Caitlin Larkin, the self-styled “CEO” of #BeatleTok.
Starting Monday, January 24th, Larkin’s weekly one-hour show will air from 12 pm to 1 pm ET. Join Larkin as she celebrates all-things Beatles with regular and special programming spanning the history-making careers of the band and its members: John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr. Additionally, Larkin will appear across The Beatles Channel with a special feature, I Want to Tell You, where she will provide background information and interesting anecdotes on various songs played on the channel.
Larkin has attracted a devoted audience on social media, parlaying her sunny and extensive Fab Four expertise and enthusiasm. The Long Island native fell in love with The Fab Four at age five by watching films about the band and intently listening to Beatles mixtapes, at home and on family road trips. She first turned her Beatlemania into a paying job by serving as a memorabilia tour guide for the Hard Rock Café in Orlando, Florida, where she regaled visitors with stories behind rare Beatles memorabilia and introduced The John Lennon VIP Room to visitors. In 2020, she launched her TikTok channel, going viral with her first two #BeatleTok videos. Creating engaging daily content, Larkin shared “On This Day” facts and showed off her personal collection. In order to catch the attention of SiriusXM, Larkin would play a Beatles song and add her own vibrant commentary. Her videos went viral and SiriusXM and The Beatles’ Apple Corps Ltd. took notice. On the ninth day of Larkin’s #BeatleTok content, SiriusXM invited her to be a guest on The Beatles Channel show The Fab Fourum. Larkin was thrilled for the opportunity, and she felt right at home with the show’s esteemed hosts. Larkin also hosted an edition of The Beatles Channel’s My Fab Four, during which she shared her song picks: “It’s All Too Much,” “Eight Days A Week,” “And I Love Her,” and “It’s Only Love.”