On the 50th anniversary of the arrival of The Beatles in the United States, Beatles historian Bruce Spizer talks about their historic first trip here and the evolution of Beatlemania.
The opening show on Wednesday, January 16, did not go well for the Beatles.
The Brian Epstein production The Beatles Christmas Show continued with evening performances.
On Friday evening, January 3, 1964, Americans watching The Jack Parr Show heard the announcer read the guest list for the program.
The Brian Epstein production The Beatles Christmas Show made its debut on December 24, 1963, at the Astoria Cinema in Finsbury Park, London.
The group spent the afternoon at the Playhouse Theatre in London recording songs for the Christmas edition of the BBC radio program Saturday Club
The Beatles began the week of December 9, 2013, with a tour appearance at the Odeon Cimema in Southend-on-Sea.
On December 4, 1963, Capitol Records announced they had obtained the exclusive U.S. rights to recordings by the Beatles.
The week of November 25, 1963, started with the Beatles at Granada TV Centre in Manchester.
November 22, 1963, was a triumphant day for the Beatles. In their homeland, the group had dominated the record charts …Read
The week of November 18, 1963, started with the Beatles at EMI House in London receiving a slew of silver disc awards.
The real action took place in New York, where Brian Epstein lay the groundwork for the Beatles February 1964 invasion of America.
The group performed before British royalty at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London.
The Beatles continued with their tour of Sweden
George Martin supervised a mixing session for the songs recorded the previous week for the Beatles next single
After a well-deserved day off, on Tuesday, it was back to work with a concert at Floral Hall in Southport.
The Beatles began the week of October 7, 1963 with a Monday night concert at Caird Hall in Dundee, Scotland
The Beatles began the month of October 1963 fresh from their two-weeks plus vacations
The Beatles continued their vacations.
The Beatles were finally given a break in their schedule, allowing the members of the group to have some vacation time.