The third full week of November 1962 was another full week of concert appearances for the Beatles.
While the Beatles were at Hamburg’s Star-Club, the Beach Boys were on a Surfin’ Safari
The first James Bond film made its world-wide premier in London on October 5, 1962, the same day that the first Beatles single, “Love Me Do,” was released!
Today’s trivia is related to the Beatles October 1962 appearance at the Star-Club and their friendship with the organist in Little Richard’s band.
This week’s trivia questions cover this fabulous week for the Beatles.
The Beatles first television appearance was on October 17, 1962.
On October 9, 1962, John Lennon celebrated his 22nd birthday.
October 5th, is an important day for faithful followers of THE BEATLES – EMI released the Beatles first single, Love Me Do c/w P.S. I Love You in 1962.
In mid-September 1962, EMI scheduled the release of the Beatles first single for October 5.
September 19 is Brian Epstein’s birthday.
On September 11, 1962, the Beatles returned to EMI’s Abbey Road studios to re-record their first single.
On September 4, 1962, the Beatles entered EMI Studios at Abbey Road for the group’s first proper recording session.
Once upon a time rock concert tickets were affordable to all fans
Bruce will be selling and signing copies of his books. He will also be giving two audio/visual presentations in the hotel’s Potomac Ballroom
Bruce will be at the Marriott Friday and Saturday and then at the Adelphi Hotel on Sunday for his presentation.
It’s a good thing they failed the Decca audition. Had they passed, they would have been produced by Mike Smith.
This weekend’s Fest for Beatles Fans in Chicago was a true blast from the past.
Beatle connection to the Super Bowl
July and August in New Orleans are known for their summer rain, which reminds me of the Johnny Rivers song “Summer Rain.”
John later incorporated a word learned from their police escort into a song.