This was the second date of The Beatles' second residency at the Star-Club in Hamburg, Germany.
This was the opening date of The Beatles' second residency at the Star-Club in Hamburg, Germany.
The Beatles flew from Liverpool to Hamburg on this day ahead of their second residency at the German city's Star-Club, situated on Große Freiheit off the Reeperbahn.
This was The Beatles' first live show in Hull, Yorkshire, although they would perform there again three times.
The Beatles' debut single was released on 5 October 1962. Love Me Do reached number 17 in the charts, which was a strong showing for a band's first release.
The Beatles' second show at the Oasis Club on 45-47 Lloyd Street, Manchester, was also their second in the city.
Studio Two, EMI Studios, Abbey Road Producer: Ron Richards Engineer: Norman Smith Following the session on 4 September, where The Beatles recorded How Do You Do It and Love …
Studio Two/Three, EMI Studios, Abbey Road Producer: George Martin Engineer: Norman Smith Following The Beatles' first session for EMI on 6 June 1962, they returned for a second attempt …
Following the sacking of Pete Best, The Beatles were quick to recruit their new drummer.
Although The Quarrymen had previously performed at Liverpool's Grafton Rooms, this was The Beatles' first concert at the venue. They would play there four times in total, with the …
This was the last of The Beatles' four consecutive Monday night shows at the St Helens Plaza. The first had taken place on 2 July 1962.
The third of four consecutive Monday night performances at the Plaza Ballroom in St Helens, Lancashire.
Following their successful appearance on 25 June, The Beatles returned to the Plaza Ballroom for a second show.
Following their lunchtime show at the Cavern Club, The Beatles travelled to St Helens for their first of five performances at the Plaza Ballroom.
Studio Two, EMI Studios, Abbey Road Producers: George Martin, Ron Richards Engineer: Norman Smith 6 June 1962 was the date of The Beatles' historic first visit to EMI Studios …
The day before their first Abbey Road recording session, The Beatles drove from Liverpool to London.
Two days before their first Abbey Road recording session, The Beatles undertook a second day of rehearsals at the Cavern Club, Liverpool.
The Beatles' first Abbey Road recording session was booked for 6 June 1962, and the group needed to prepare material.
Following their 48-night residency at Hamburg's Star-Club, in which they notched up 172 hours of stage time over seven weeks, The Beatles began their journey back to Liverpool.
This was the final night of The Beatles' first residency at Hamburg's Star-Club, the city's newest rock 'n' roll venue.