George Harrison claimed the first time he saw the Quarrymen was at the Wilson Hall, opposite the bus depot in Garston, Liverpool. According to Beatles historian Mark Lewisohn, the …
Liverpudlian promoter Charlie 'Mac' McBain held regular skiffle and rock events at his venues. On Friday 18 October he ran one such event, at the New Clubmoor Hall in …
Three weeks after first meeting John Lennon, Paul McCartney and his brother Michael went to Scout camp at Hathersage in Derbyshire.
6 July 1957 was a pivotal day for the history of modern music: it was the day that John Lennon met Paul McCartney for the first time.
Mary Patricia McCartney, the mother of Michael and Paul McCartney, died on this day at the age of 47.
The rock 'n' roll fanatic John Lennon used his 16th birthday money to buy two much-prized 78rpm records.
Keen for his son to follow his interest in music, Jim McCartney bought his son Paul a trumpet for his 14th birthday.
Maureen Cox, the future first wife of Ringo Starr, was born Mary Cox on this day in Liverpool.
Jane Asher, who was in a relationship with Paul McCartney between 1963 and 1968, was born on this day in Willesden, north London.
While her husband Alf was away at sea, Julia Lennon lived with their son John at the Dairy Cottage, 120a Allerton Road in Woolton, Liverpool. The cottage was owned …
Pattie Boyd, the future first wife of George Harrison, was born on this day.
George Harrison was born on 25 February 1943 in a tiny 'two up, two down' house on Arnold Grove, a cul-de-sac in the Wavertree area of Liverpool.
James Paul McCartney was born in Liverpool Walton Hospital. His mother Mary had previously worked there as a nurse in the maternity ward.
Pete Best was born Randolph Peter Best on this day in Madras, India.
Linda Louise Eastman, the future first wife of Paul McCartney, was born in New York City on this day.
Fourteen months before the birth of their eldest son Paul, James McCartney married Mary Mohin in Liverpool, England.
John Winston Lennon was born on 9 October 1940 in the Liverpool Maternity Hospital, Oxford Street, Liverpool, to Julia Lennon (née Stanley) and Alfred "Freddie" Lennon.
Ringo Starr was born Richard Starkey on 7 July 1940, at 9 Madryn Street in the Dingle area of Liverpool.
The Beatles' future bassist Stuart Fergusson Victor Sutcliffe was born at the Simpson Memorial Maternity Pavilion Hospital in Edinburgh, Scotland, which was incorporated into the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary.
Julia Stanley had first met Alf Lennon in 1928. Although her family disapproved of the sharp-talking sailor, they courted throughout the 1930s and finally married on 3 December 1938.