The Beatles history

The Beatles history

The Beatles played for the first time in Hamburg where they performed for 271 evenings between 1960 and 1962: the period of rock and roll. A new period begins with the return of the Beatles to Liverpool, the first single in 1962 and the first album in 1963, moving to London in the same year, new recordings, beatlemania, concerts all over the world until 1966, Studio recordings, the first contrasts, in 1970 the end: the Beatles legend continues.


November 17, 2022 3 min
The very first photographs of the Beatles taken by Astrid Kirchherr in November at Hamburger Dom, the important fair of rides held three times a year in Hamburg, are exceptional. In those days John Lennon bought the Rickenbacker 325 guitar.
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On 4 October 1960 the Beatles moved from Indra to the Kaiserkeller, due to protests over the loud noise with the consequent intervention of the police. Both the locals were owned by the same owner and were located on the Grosse Freiheit, one side of the Reeperbahn in Hamburg.
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The Beatles were playing overseas for the first time, the line-up consisted of John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison on guitars, Stuart Sutcliffe on bass and Pete Best on drums. Under the new and definitive name, the Beatles made their debut at the Indra in Hamburg on August 17, 1960.
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