Wednesday, 29th November, 1961 The Beatles played an double header at The Cavern with two shows today. They started off with a regular lunch time preformance and returned to the Matthew Street venue for an evening gig.
Archive for November, 2006
The Stage reports that The Beatles are among the stars set to lose out on music royalties, after a UK government-commissioned review recommend that the copyright on sound recordings should not be extended. The singers, along with other leading artists and the British Phonographic Industry, wanted the term to be extended from 50 years to [...]
Tuesday, 28th November, 1961 The Beatles played their fourth and last evening gig at the Merseyside Civil Service Club
According to Fortune Magazine Apple Computer is close to inking a deal that would bring the Beatles music catalog online as an exclusive offer via the iTunes Music Store. Talks between the two companies continue over the possibility of a new iPod commercial featuring Beatles music, as well as a potential Beatles-branded iPod similar to [...]
Monday, 27th November, 1961 The Beatles kicked off another week of gigs at The Cavern with a lunchtime performance.
According to a report in the Sheffield Today newspaper a pub menu signed by John, Paul, George and Ringo during an unannounced visit to the town of Worksop, NottinghamshireÂ in during 1963 just sold at auction for just over $5,800. The Fab Four stopped off at the The Normanton Inn, Clumber Park on December 1st 1963, [...]
Sunday, 26th November, 1961 The boys headlined another “The Beatles Beat Show” forÂ a Hive Of Jive Club promotion at the Hambleton Hall in the Huyton area of Liverpool
Listening to the new LOVE album this week reminded me that I hadn’t heard this in a while..
Friday, 24th November, 1961 The Beatles played a rare Friday evening gig at The Casbah Coffee Club in West DerbyÂ (where they normally played on Sundays).Â After the gig in Mona Best’s cellar they headed across the River Mersey to the Tower Ballroom in New Brighton for another of promotor Sam Leach’s “Operation Big Beat” shows. [...]
To mark the worldwide release of LOVE, the folks over at The Beatles.com have launched a special “microsite” for the album which you can access by either clicking on the image below, or by clicking HERE.