The Beatles had recorded a number of songs with Tony Sheridan in Hamburg on 22-24 June 1961. Nearly a year later they taped two more songs with the singer.
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The Beatles' famous audition for Decca Records took place in London on New Year's Day in 1962.
The Beatles had recorded a number of songs with singer Tony Sheridan on the previous two days at Friedrich-Ebert-Halle school in Hamburg. This third session took place at a professional studio in the city, known as Studio Rahlstedt, situated at Gebäude M1, Rahlau 128, Hamburg-Tonndorf.
This was The Beatles' second of two consecutive days of recording with singer Tony Sheridan at Friedrich-Ebert-Halle school in Hamburg.
This date saw The Beatles' first recording session with singer Tony Sheridan in Hamburg.
This was the first occasion on which John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr recorded music together.
The Quarrymen recorded two songs at Phillips Sound Recording Services, a home studio in Liverpool, on this day. It was the first recording session featuring Lennon, McCartney and Harrison.