Apple Music, the company set up by The Beatles to handle the musical side of their business interests, released an advertisement on this day requesting tapes from aspiring musicians.
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Following the filming of The Beatles’ cameo appearance in Yellow Submarine, John and Cynthia Lennon, along with George Harrison, attended a fashion show in London. George’s wife Pattie was one of the models. The event took place at the Revolution club at 14-16 Bruton Place in London’s Mayfair. The show was organised by the exclusive… Read more »
Keen to expand their new business empire, The Beatles signed a one-year lease for office space for Apple on this day at 95 Wigmore Street, London.
One of the first business ventures by The Beatles’ Apple Corps was the Apple Boutique, which opened on 7 December 1967. It was located at 94 Baker Street, London.
Two days ahead of the opening of The Beatles’ Apple Boutique at 94 Baker Street, London, a launch party and fashion show was held in the building.
Although The Beatles didn’t attend Brian Epstein‘s funeral in Liverpool on 29 August 1967, they did attend a memorial service.
Following the death of Brian Epstein on 27 August, The Beatles convened at Paul McCartney‘s house in St John’s Wood, London, to discuss their future.
Four days after the death of Brian Epstein, The Beatles issued a statement about the future of his management company, NEMS Enterprises.
On the fifth day of his US trip, George Harrison paid a visit to Ashish, the son of sarod player Ali Akbar Khan, in Los Angeles.
On the second day of their US trip, George Harrison, his wife Pattie, Neil Aspinall and Alexis ‘Magic Alex’ Mardas paid a visit to Ravi Shankar’s music school in Los Angeles.
In the summer of 1967 The Beatles, encouraged by John Lennon, agreed to buy a set of Greek islands where they intended to live and work alongside family and friends.
A full-page advertisement appeared in The Times newspaper on this day, signed by 64 of the most prominent members of British society, which called for the legalisation of marijuana. Among the signatories were The Beatles and Brian Epstein.
All four members of The Beatles met in London on this day to discuss the Magical Mystery Tour film project, and their plans to purchase an island hideaway in Greece.
Musician and manager Vic Lewis held a private party at the Speakeasy in London on this night for The Monkees. The guests included John and Cynthia Lennon, Paul McCartney, Jane Asher, and George and Pattie Harrison. Ringo Starr was elsewhere.
George Harrison received a £6 fine on this day for breaking the speed limit in his black Mini Cooper car.
The Beatles, minus Paul McCartney, attended a party at Brian Epstein‘s country house, Kingsley Hill in Warbleton near Heathfield in Surrey on this day.
Shortly ahead of the release of Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, a press launch was held at Brian Epstein‘s house at 24 Chapel Street, London.
On this day, and into the night, a benefit party for the underground newspaper International Times was held at London’s Alexandra Palace.
In order to control their various business interests, The Beatles’ tax advisors suggested they form an umbrella company. Formed on this day, it was named The Beatles & Co.
In the early hours of this morning, after he was recorded chewing celery on The Beach Boys’ song Vegetables, Paul McCartney returned to John and Michelle Phillips’ house in Los Angeles, where he had been the previous day.