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Today in Beatles History

November 13

1962
Brian signs a contract for a performance at the Lewis' 527 club, Liverpool, for 25 pounds.

1963
Paul's got a flu. Hour after hour, bullettins report his condition.

Concert at the ABC, Plymouth ('The Beatles Autumn Tour').

Re-broadcasting of 'The Mersey Sound', BBC-TV documentary.

'She Loves You', 11th week in the Top 10 (UK New Musical Express chart).
'Please Please Me' LP, 34th week in the Top 10 (UK New Musical Express chart).

1966
Concert of the Four Tops at the Saville Theatre. 2 performances. Epstein says this is the first of many Sunday concerts he plans to present at the Saville.
After the show Epstein hosts a party at 24 Chapel Street. Guests, among others: The Four Tops, John, George, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Georgie Fame, Donovan, Eric Burdon, Hilton Valentine and Chris Curtis.

The front page of the 'Sunday Telegraph' reports that two of the Beatles have approached Allen Klein through a third party. Klein, in London, did not announce the story himself or made himself available for comment. Brian dismisses the story as ridiculous. George and Ringo are said to be disturbed by the report; John, annoyed about the suggestion of their being disenchanted with Brian. Paul is abroad and cannot be reached for comment.

1968
New York premiere of 'Yellow Submarine'.

1969
John gives an island of his called Dorinch, by the Ireland coast, so that any hippy who wishes could live there.

1972
US single release: 'Now Or Never'/'Move On Fast', by Yoko.

1975
Wings concert in Melbourne.

1980
John's secretary makes contacts to arrange a visit of John to Brazil, to take effect during the Carnival of Rio de Janeiro.


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Information for Today In Beatles History was compiled from various sources including data collected by Victor Munoz.

Data last updated November 4, 2018.



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