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  • FEB 19, 1956 The Quarrymen

    FEB 19, 1956 The Quarrymen
    The Quarrymen was created by John Lennon and several of his peers, whose names come from Quarry Bank High School, where these musicians attended.
  • MAY 28, 1960 George Harrison and Paul McCartney Join The Beatles (New Name)

    MAY 28, 1960 George Harrison and Paul McCartney Join The Beatles (New Name)
    Paul McCartney was the first to join when he met John Lennon at Woolton Parish Church in St. Peter at the age of 16. Then George Harrison joined at the age of 15 at the invitation of Paul.
  • NOV 15, 1961 Brian Epstein meets The Beatles

    NOV 15, 1961 Brian Epstein meets The Beatles
    Brian Epstein is known as the fifth Beatle, he was the first manager of the group, due to the success of the Beatles, they achieved success.
  • MAR 22, 1963 The Beatles release their first album "Please Please Me"

    MAR 22, 1963 The Beatles release their first album "Please Please Me"
    "Please Please Me" is the first album by British rock band The Beatles, which was released in the UK on March 22, 1963. Following the success of the singles "Please Please Me" and "Love Me Do", its publication was accompanied by the birth of the Beatles.
  • AUG 13, 1964 The Beatles go to USA

    AUG 13, 1964 The Beatles go to USA
    The Beatles are already very popular in the UK and Brian Epstein plans to visit the US, where they are greeted by an unexpected fanaticism, which is known as the first wave of music in the UK.
  • MAR 24, 1966 "Greater than Jesus"

    MAR 24, 1966 "Greater than Jesus"
    Beatles member John Lennon made a controversial comment in 1966: "more popular than Jesus." Lennon claimed that Christianity is in decline and that the Beatles are more popular than Jesus Christ. An angry reaction erupted in Christian communities around the world, arousing the ire of fans.
  • AUG 29, 1966 The Beatles leave the stage

    AUG 29, 1966 The Beatles leave the stage
    The Beatles stopped playing live in 1966 and held their last concert in San Francisco at American Candlestick Park on August 29 of that year. The reason for the decision to stop the live broadcast was due to some issues during the tour and the tremendous pressure these issues put on them.
  • JUN 1, 1967 The Beatles change the course of the Rock scene

    JUN 1, 1967 The Beatles change the course of the Rock scene
    The Beatles release two full-length EPS "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" and "Magical Mystery Tour" that change the sound of the band to the most raw psychedelic.
  • AUG 27, 1967 The "Fifth Beatle" Brian Epstein dies

    AUG 27, 1967 The "Fifth Beatle" Brian Epstein dies
    Epstein handled all aspects of the Beatles' career and even helped build the company that would become Apple. After his death, things changed at first glance and the band's business began to collapse. All four musicians had to get involved in business and had little interest in it.
  • AN 2, 1969 "Let It Be" Apple Corps London and beginning of the end.

    AN 2, 1969 "Let It Be" Apple Corps London and beginning of the end.
    The album "Let It Be" is the last album of the Beatles. The recording process was televised by documentary maker Michael Lindsay-Hogg, showing the wear and tear on the band, as well as George, Paul and Ringo. The worries of leaving with Lennon, except for the band, his entire life has been centered on the couple. by Lennon in Yoko-Ono.
  • JAN 30, 1969 Improvised presentation "Rooftop Concert"

    JAN 30, 1969 Improvised presentation "Rooftop Concert"
    To ease the tension in the studio, they decided to hold a surprise concert on the roof where they recorded their records. So far, this concert is considered a revolution in the field of music.
  • APR 10, 1970 End of The Beatles

    APR 10, 1970 End of The Beatles
    Paul McCartney announced his separation from the Quartet and dissolved the Beatles on December 31 of the same year, due to the constant self-conflict between the members of the band and the constant appearance of Yoko-Ono.