Tuesday, 14 January, 1964 John, Paul and George fly from London to Paris in prepeartion for their upcoming season at the Olympia Theatre.
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Friday, 27 December, 1963 The Beatles and guests play another two performances of “The Beatles Christmas Show” at the Astoria Cinema in Finsbury Park. John Lennon and Paul McCartney are named ‘Outstanding Composers of 1963′ by music critics of The Times newspaper.
Tuesday, 12 November, 1963 The Beatles are scheduled to perform a gig at the Guidhall in Portsmouth, but the gig is postponed after Paul McCartney succumbs to a bout of gastric flu. During the early afternoon The Beatles had taped a back stage interview for Southern TV’s show “Day By Day” in which Paul looks [...]
Monday, 16 September, 1963 After almost nine months of continuous touring, TV and radio appearances, as well as recording sessions, the Beatles took a much needed vacation. John flew to Paris with his wife Cynthia, where they were joined by Brian Epstein. George and his brother Peter flew to the USA to visit their sister [...]
Friday, 13 September, 1963 The Beatles perform a gig at the Public Hall in Preston. After the gig, Paul McCartney drives 25 miles to the Imperial Ballroom in Nelson to participate in judging for the “Imperial Miss 1963″ beauty pageant.
Thursday, 27 June, 1963 Paul McCartney drops by a recording session of Billy J. Kramer & the Dakotas, who are recording two Lennon-McCartney songs, “Bad to Me” and “I Call Your Name.”
Tuesday, 18 June, 1963 Paul McCartney’s 21st birthday is celebrated with a party at the house of Paul’s Auntie Gin. in Huyton, Liverpool. John Lennon, who had become drunk, grew enraged when Bob Wooler hinted that John and Brian Epstein may have had a homosexual affair during their vacation to Spain. Lennon gave Wooler a [...]
Thursday, 18 April, 1963 The Beatles perform at London’s Royal Albert Hall for the first time. for a live BBC radio broadcast of “Swinging Sound ’63.” The show is divided into two halves, with The Beatles appearing in both halves, but only the second half is broadcast. In the first half, The Beatles perform “Please [...]
On April 1st, Vivendi Universal will release “The Tomorrow Show With Tom Snyder: John, Paul, Tom And Ringo,” a 2 disc DVD set featuring interviews with John (his last TV interview from April 1975), Paul (from 1979) and Ringo (from 1981). The press release gives the DVD details as follows: “The Tomorrow Show With Tom [...]
Music Week, the UKâ€™s leading music industry trade magazine, is celebrating Paul McCartney being honoured with the Brits outstanding contribution award next week with an in-depth feature about the global music icon, including an exclusive new interview. To celebrate this incredible achievement Music Week has published a special tribute issue, with 16 pages dedicated to [...]