John Lennon leaning against the wall of the building which stands where the Cavern Club used to, in Matthew Street. The wall behind the statue is engraved with the names of all the artistes who appeared at the Cavern...

John Lennon leaning against the wall of the building which stands where the Cavern Club used to, in Matthew Street. The wall behind the statue is engraved with the names of all the artistes who appeared at the Cavern...

Notice how the center of this is The Beatles? That would be because none of the surrounding bands would be anything without them. I promise you.

Notice how the center of this is The Beatles? That would be because none of the surrounding bands would be anything without them. I promise you.

Stuart Sutcliffe  was a Scottish-born artist and musician; best known as the original bass player of The Beatles. Sutcliffe left the band to continue his career as an artist, having previously attended the Liverpool College of Art. Sutcliffe and John Lennon are credited with inventing the name of "The Beatles"

Stuart Sutcliffe was a Scottish-born artist and musician; best known as the original bass player of The Beatles. Sutcliffe left the band to continue his career as an artist, having previously attended the Liverpool College of Art. Sutcliffe and John Lennon are credited with inventing the name of "The Beatles"

100 custom LEGO minifigs - The Beatles. (you should go have a look.  Some amazing things: Dr Who, Supernatural, Ghostbusters, lots of Star Wars, just to name a few...!)

100 custom LEGO minifigs - The Beatles. (you should go have a look. Some amazing things: Dr Who, Supernatural, Ghostbusters, lots of Star Wars, just to name a few...!)

GB. The Beatles. I photographed the Beatles during their first concert in Liverpool. (Forgotten the name of the theatre, The Empire, perhaps.) I spent most of the time in their dressing room getting to know them. The highlight was the reading of letters from female fans that shocked the group. "How do they even know about this stuff?" was one remark. 1963.

GB. The Beatles. I photographed the Beatles during their first concert in Liverpool. (Forgotten the name of the theatre, The Empire, perhaps.) I spent most of the time in their dressing room getting to know them. The highlight was the reading of letters from female fans that shocked the group. "How do they even know about this stuff?" was one remark. 1963.

"The Beatles" was an American animated telly series featuring representations of the popular English band. Airing 1965-1969 on ABC in the US it had 39 episodes in all. Only 1965 - 1967 was first run, later broadcasts were reruns. It debuted on Sept 25, 1965 and ended Sept 7, 1969. Episodes were named after a Beatles song, the stories based on its lyrics, the song played during the episode. It's a historical milestone as the 1st weekly series featuring animated versions of real, living…

"The Beatles" was an American animated telly series featuring representations of the popular English band. Airing 1965-1969 on ABC in the US it had 39 episodes in all. Only 1965 - 1967 was first run, later broadcasts were reruns. It debuted on Sept 25, 1965 and ended Sept 7, 1969. Episodes were named after a Beatles song, the stories based on its lyrics, the song played during the episode. It's a historical milestone as the 1st weekly series featuring animated versions of real, living…

"I was born in the same year that George left the Institute, nevertheless, despite all of the great and famous names which had walked through those doors George and Paul were the first two you would boast of way back in 1970 (when I passed my scholarship) and are still the first two to boast of today. A great joke of the day was to write George's or Paul's name into the history log of a text book. God bless you George."-Thom Lester  http://www.liobians.org/beatles/georgeharrison.html

"I was born in the same year that George left the Institute, nevertheless, despite all of the great and famous names which had walked through those doors George and Paul were the first two you would boast of way back in 1970 (when I passed my scholarship) and are still the first two to boast of today. A great joke of the day was to write George's or Paul's name into the history log of a text book. God bless you George."-Thom Lester http://www.liobians.org/beatles/georgeharrison.html

The Beatles If I Fell Karaoke Version King Of Karaoke  To cheer our channel to have 1 Subscribers Please comment name of song you want

The Beatles If I Fell Karaoke Version King Of Karaoke To cheer our channel to have 1 Subscribers Please comment name of song you want

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