Sunday, July 6, 2014

Today in Beatles History (06 Jul)

The Quarrymen perform at the Woolton Parish Church Fete. Ivan Vaughan introduces Paul to John.

First issue of Mersey Beat is published.

'Please Please Me' LP number 1, 9th week (UK Record Retailer chart).

Royal charity premiere of 'A Hard Day's Night', attended by the Beatles.
After, reception at the Dorchester Hotel, with Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon.

US single release: 'Like Dreamers Do', with the Applejacks.
US single release: 'Ain't She Sweet'/'Nobody's Child'.

It is announced the bill for a show series presented by Brian Epstein, called ''Brian Epstein's Evening of Popular Music'', including: Manfred Mann, the Kinks, Georgie Fame and the Blue Fames, Gerry and the Pacemakers, the Fourmost and Cliff Bennett and the Rebel Rousers.

Britain's Embassy at Manila protests after the incidents occurring yesterday, during the Beatles leave from Philippines.

A piece of the 'Yellow Submarine' film is screened in advance on BBC-TV's 'Release'.

John and Yoko leave the hospital, after their car crash in Scotland. They return to England.

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