With the signal exception of the band’s legend-making February 9, 1964 appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show, the Beatles’ August 29, 1966 concert at San Francisco’s Candlestick Park may have been the most significant moment in cementing their legacy … [Continue reading] about 50 Years of Beatles: “The Four Mop-Tops,” Candlestick Park, and the End of the Road
As fans celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ groundbreaking Revolver album this weekend, Fab Four aficionados from across the world will make their way to Liverpool, the band’s storied hometown. In recent years, Beatles tourism has never … [Continue reading] about 50 Years of Beatles: Getting Better All the Time with Liverpool’s Fab Four Tourist Trade
Musical talent wasn’t necessarily their greatest asset. On July 17, 1961, the Beatles—John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Pete Best—played a lunchtime set at Liverpool’s Cavern Club before performing an evening gig at Litherland … [Continue reading] about 50 Years Of Beatles: The Fab Four and the ‘Genius Cluster’
On the evening of July 2nd, 1963, the Beatles played one of their classic BBC radio sessions, recording a smooth, carefree cover version of Elvis Presley’s “That’s All Right (Mama)” at London’s Maida Vale Studios. If the Fab Four seemed a might bit … [Continue reading] about 50 Years of Beatles: John, Paul, George, and the Late Great Scotty Moore
Ken’s 14th birthday Beatles themed cake. Beatles fans take great pride in sharing their stories about discovering the Fab Four. For many first-generation listeners, the story often centers around The Ed Sullivan Show on that auspicious Sunday … [Continue reading] about Land-Ho: By George, It’s the Beatles!