An eight-hour music marathon was staged at the Cavern on this Sunday night, titled "Rhythm And Blues Marathon".
The Beatles' 275th known Cavern Club performance took place on this day. It was the last of six shows at the venue in January 1963
The Beatles' 274th known Cavern Club performance took place on this day.
The Beatles made a personal appearance at Brian Epstein's central Liverpool record store, NEMS, prior to an evening concert in Mold, Wales.
After two busy days in London, The Beatles began the long drive back to Liverpool on the morning of 23 January 1963.
An evening performance at Liverpool's Cavern Club. Also on the bill were Pete Hartigan's Jazzmen, The Dennisons, The Merseybeats and The Swinging Blue Jeans.
The Beatles performed two shows on this day. The first was a lunchtime booking at the Cavern Club in Liverpool, where they were guaranteed an enthusiastic reception from their …
The Beatles played two shows on 11 January 1963. The first was a lunchtime performance at the Cavern Club, Liverpool.
The Beatles performed in Liverpool on this evening for the first time in 1963, with a show at the Grafton Rooms, West Derby Road.
The Beatles flew from Liverpool to Hamburg on this day ahead of their third and final residency at the German city's Star-Club, situated on Große Freiheit off the Reeperbahn, …
An evening performance at the Cavern Club, scene of so many Beatles shows in 1962. There was, however, one difference: the presence of Parlophone producer George Martin in the …
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.
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 …
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.
Having seeing their name several times in Mersey Beat magazine, and on posters around Liverpool, Brian Epstein had become curious about The Beatles.
The Cavern Club, situation in Mathew Street in central Liverpool, had played host to The Quarrymen before. On this day, however, The Beatles made their debut at the venue.