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George Harrison, The Cavern Club, Liverpool, Previously posted at thateventuality here. Photo: Geoff Williams ““I was there in those early Cavern days when you would talk to us at the lunch-hour...

1961. The Beatles with Pete Best on drums at The Cavern Club. The Beatles made a total of 292 appearances at the club between February 1961 and August 1962. The last performance was on August 3, 1963, a month after they recorded “She Loves You”. At the time, The Beatles manager Brian Epstein promised the club's owners that the Beatles would return someday, but it was a promise that was never fulfilled. #Beatles #1961 #CavernClub

1961. The Beatles with Pete Best on drums at The Cavern Club. The Beatles made a total of 292 appearances at the club between February 1961 and August 1962. The last performance was on August 3, 1963, a month after they recorded “She Loves You”. At the time, The Beatles manager Brian Epstein promised the club's owners that the Beatles would return someday, but it was a promise that was never fulfilled. #Beatles #1961 #CavernClub

The Cavern Club Liverpool, England. The Beatles rocked here? I have to see this place. Been to Liverpool once and never got the chance. #Cheapflights2013

The Cavern Club Liverpool, England. The Beatles rocked here? I have to see this place. Been to Liverpool once and never got the chance. #Cheapflights2013

Beatles for sale: The Cavern Club, the legendary Liverpool venue where the Fab Four made their name, goes on the market for £1million

Beatles for sale: The Cavern Club, the legendary Liverpool venue where the Fab Four made their name, goes on the market for £1million

Please Mr. Postman - The Beatles - Please Mr. Postman was part of the Beatles LIVE act in 1962, they performed it regularly at the Cavern Club. The original was the debut single by The Marvelettes for the Tamla (Motown) label, notable as the first Motown song to reach the number-one position on the Billboard Hot 100 pop singles chart. The single achieved this position in late 1961.

Please Mr. Postman - The Beatles - Please Mr. Postman was part of the Beatles LIVE act in 1962, they performed it regularly at the Cavern Club. The original was the debut single by The Marvelettes for the Tamla (Motown) label, notable as the first Motown song to reach the number-one position on the Billboard Hot 100 pop singles chart. The single achieved this position in late 1961.

Between Feb. 1961 and Aug. 1963, the Beatles brought rock �n' roll in England to new heights, playing nearly 300 shows at the Cavern Club, a tiny cellar club on Mathew Street in downtown Liverpool. After performing at the Cavern Club, the boys would head over to the Jacaranda Club on Slater Street for a nightcap. The club was owned by the Beatles first manager, Allan Williams.Did You Know? The Cavern Club still operates 7 days a week, and hosts an array of live performances. It …

Between Feb. 1961 and Aug. 1963, the Beatles brought rock �n' roll in England to new heights, playing nearly 300 shows at the Cavern Club, a tiny cellar club on Mathew Street in downtown Liverpool. After performing at the Cavern Club, the boys would head over to the Jacaranda Club on Slater Street for a nightcap. The club was owned by the Beatles first manager, Allan Williams.Did You Know? The Cavern Club still operates 7 days a week, and hosts an array of live performances. It …

The Cavern Club, the most famous club in the world. Home to the Beatles. Liverpool, England.

The Cavern Club, the most famous club in the world. Home to the Beatles. Liverpool, England.

The Beatles  -Cavern Club 1962...It was big time for the Beatles, they were being filmed for a T.V. show in Liverpool. So they were dressed nice and Ringo had already joined the group. ( I love how John gets out of the way so we could see Ringo <3 ) Look how little George is!  awwwww

The Beatles -Cavern Club 1962...It was big time for the Beatles, they were being filmed for a T.V. show in Liverpool. So they were dressed nice and Ringo had already joined the group. ( I love how John gets out of the way so we could see Ringo <3 ) Look how little George is! awwwww

Welcome to The Cavern Club, the cradle of British pop music, the place where the Beatles musical identity was formed & "The most famous club in the world!" Read more…

Welcome to The Cavern Club, the cradle of British pop music, the place where the Beatles musical identity was formed & "The most famous club in the world!" Read more…

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