The Beatles hard work, consisting on television, radio and concert appearances, was beginning to pay off.
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After playing their last lunchtime concert at the Cavern on Monday, February 4, 1963, the Beatles were back on the road with the Helen Shapiro national tour.
The Beatles started the week of January 28, 1963, with a Monday evening concert at the Majestic Ballroom in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland.
Vee-Jay Records was promoting Please Please Me.
In America, Vee-Jay Records was preparing Please Please Me and Ask Me Why for single release.
The Beatles began 1963 with a tour of Scotland.
The Beatles celebrated the start of 1963 with a New Year’s Eve concert at the Star-Club in Hamburg, Germany.
The Beatles were in Hamburg, Germany, playing their final appearances at the Star Club.
On December 18, 1962, the Beatles headed back to Hamburg for a two-week engagement at the Star-Club.
For the second year in a row, the Beatles were at the top of the Mersey Beat popularity poll.
The Beatles passed on their usual Cavern Club Sunday night show to appear on a multi-artist bill at the Embassy Cinema.
Please Please Me is an exciting rocker propelled by superb drumming from Ringo.
The third full week of November 1962 was another full week of concert appearances for the Beatles.
While the Beatles were at Hamburg’s Star-Club, the Beach Boys were on a Surfin’ Safari
The first James Bond film made its world-wide premier in London on October 5, 1962, the same day that the first Beatles single, “Love Me Do,” was released!
Today’s trivia is related to the Beatles October 1962 appearance at the Star-Club and their friendship with the organist in Little Richard’s band.
This week’s trivia questions cover this fabulous week for the Beatles.