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    Were an English music group, from Liverpool, whose members were John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr
  • The beginning

    The beginning
    The Beatles began as The Quarrymen, John Lennon met Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Stuart Sutcliffe at the Quarry Bank Grammar School.
  • First stay

    First stay
    Began playing in Hamburg, at the Indra Club.On 4 October moved to the Kaiserkeller.They were required to play seven hours a night every week
  • Second stay

    Second stay
    He played his first engagement on December 17, 1960 at the Casbah Club (with Chas Newby replacing Sutcliffe).
  • Towards success

    Towards success
    Performed at the "Top Ten Club".They were recruited by singer Tony Sheridan to act as on a series of recordings for the Polydor Records
  • Third stay

    Third stay
    Their third stay in Hamburg was from 13 April to 31 May 1962, when they opened The Star Club
  • Manager

    Epstein took over as the group's manager in January, and led the Beatles' quest for a British recording contract
  • Love me do

    Love me do
    First EMI session on June,produced no release recordings,but September produced a minor UK hit and Love Me Do peaked at number 17. ("Love me do" reached the top of the US singles chart over 18 months later in May 1964)
  • Please please me

    Please please me
    On 26 November, they recorded their second single, "Please please me", which reached number two in the official UK charts and number one in the NME chart. Three months later, they recorded their first album (also titled Please please me)
  • America

    EMI´S American operation,Capitol Records,declined to issue the singles Please please me and From me to you.Vee-Jay Records, a small Chicago label, issued the single.Vee-Jay's rights to The Beatles were later canceled for non-payment of royalties.
  • The success

    The success
    Beatlemania crossed the Atlantic on 7 February, when a crowd of four thousand fans at Heathrow Airport waved to The Beatles for their first trip to the United States. The pilot had radioed ahead, and as they prepared to land he said, “Tell the boys there ´sa big crowd waiting for them.” Kennedy International Airport had never experienced such a crowd, estimated at about 3000...and it was the start of it all
  • The end

    The end
    They separated in 1970 due to commercial conflicts