Following their wedding on 12 March, Paul and Linda McCartney began their honeymoon on this day.
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With the White Album finally complete, The Beatles went their separate ways for much of late October and November 1968. On this day Paul McCartney travelled to New York, where he had a 10-day holiday with Linda Eastman.
Paul McCartney and fellow representatives from Apple Records returned to London from America on this day.
John Lennon and Paul McCartney held a press conference at what was then the Americana Hotel at 155 West 47th Street, New York City, to promote Apple Corps in the United States.
As part of their promotional trip to the United States to launch Apple Corps, John Lennon and Paul McCartney conducted a series of interviews for newspaper reporters.
On the afternoon of 12 May 1968, John Lennon and Paul McCartney undertook an unusual business meeting: it took place aboard a Chinese junk, sailing around the Statue of Liberty.
In order to launch and promote Apple Corps in the United States, John Lennon and Paul McCartney flew to New York for a four-day trip. It was the first time they had both visited the country since their final concert in August 1966.
A little over a year after their first triumphant appearance at New York's Shea Stadium, The Beatles returned for a second time.
Following their press conference at the Warwick Hotel, New York City, The Beatles held a second one attended by young fans.
The Beatles' flight from Cincinnati to New York arrived at 3.50am on this morning. They were taken to the Warwick Hotel, where during the day they gave the first of two press conferences.
In an attempt to defuse the controversy surrounding John Lennon's comments that The Beatles were "more popular than Jesus", the group's manager Brian Epstein held a special press conference.
On 13 February 1966 The Beatles were nominated in 10 of the categories for the 8th Grammy Awards. The ceremony took place in the International Ballroom of the Beverly Hills Hilton Hotel, New York.
The Grammy Awards Commitee in New York announced that The Beatles had been nominated for 10 awards. Six were for Yesterday, while the other four were for the Help! album.
CTS Studios, London Producer: George Martin Following their record breaking concert at New York's Shea Stadium on 15 August 1965, it was decided that extra recordings would be needed if the footage was to be released to the public.
This day had initially been set aside as a rain check date for The Beatles' concert at Shea Stadium the previous day. Fortunately the weather remained good, allowing them a rest day in New York City.
The Beatles' record-breaking first performance at New York's Shea Stadium was watched by 55,600 fans, and marked the beginning of the group's second full US concert tour.
The Beatles left England at midday to fly to America to begin their second tour of the United States.
The second of The Beatles' two performances at the Forest Hills Stadium in Queens, New York City was seen by 16,000 fans.
On 28 August 1964 Bob Dylan introduced The Beatles to cannabis.
The first of two performances, the second of which took place the following night, in front of 16,000 fans at the Forest Hills Stadium in Queens, New York City.