The Beatles

Timeline created by Camila Azeneth Gómez Loyola.
In Music
  • Rock and roll and homegrown skiffle, the group explored genres ranging from Tin Pan Alley to psychedelic rock.

    Rock and roll and homegrown skiffle, the group explored genres ranging from Tin Pan Alley to psychedelic rock.
  • While attending Quarry Bank Grammar School in Liverpool, John Lennon formed a skiffle group called The Quarrymen.

    While attending Quarry Bank Grammar School in Liverpool, John Lennon formed a skiffle group called The Quarrymen.
  • The young guitarist George Harrison was invited to watch the group (who played under a variety of names) al Wilson Hall, Garston, Liverpool.

    The young guitarist George Harrison was invited to watch the group (who played under a variety of names) al Wilson Hall, Garston, Liverpool.
  • Their innovative music and cultural impact helped define the 1960s, and their influence on pop culture is still to evident today.

    Their innovative music and cultural impact helped define the 1960s, and their influence on pop culture is still to evident today.
  • Lennon's art-school friend Stuart Sutcliffe joined and played bass.

    Lennon's art-school friend Stuart Sutcliffe joined and played bass.
  • Harrison was deported for having lied to the German authorities about his age.

    Harrison was deported for having lied to the German authorities about his age.
  • The reunited group played their first engagement at the Casbah Club.

    The reunited group played their first engagement at the Casbah Club.
  • The first recording session at EMI'S Abbey Road Studios in nort London.

    The first recording session at EMI'S Abbey Road Studios in nort London.
  • They recorded their second single, "Please Please Me", which reached number two in the official UK charts and number one in the MME chart.

    They recorded their second single, "Please Please Me", which reached number two in the official UK charts and number one in the MME chart.
  • Art Roberts placed "Please Please Me", into radio rotation, making it the firts time a Beatles record was heard on American radio.

    Art Roberts placed  "Please Please Me", into radio rotation, making it the firts time a Beatles record was heard on American radio.
  • Beatlemania crossed the Atlantic, when a crowd of four thousand fans at Heathow Airport waved to The Beatles as they took off for their first trip to the United States as a group.

    Beatlemania crossed the Atlantic, when a crowd of four thousand fans at Heathow Airport waved to The Beatles as they took off for their first trip to the United States as a group.
  • Rolling Stone magazine ranked The Beatles #1 on its list of 100 Greates Artists of All Time

    Rolling Stone magazine ranked The Beatles #1 on its list of 100 Greates Artists of All Time