The Beatles Short Biography

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Have you ever read the Beatles Biography? Enjoy this short Beatles Biography to broaden your knowledge. Almost all of us know the Beatles, one of the most famous English rock bands formed in 1960.

With the late John Lennon, Paul McCartney, the late George Harrison, and Ringo Starr as its members, the Beatles turned to be the most influential rock band in the world. These four were called fabulous four and its fans were called Beatlemania.

The Beatles started to build their reputation in the 1960s by performing in famous clubs in Liverpool and Hamburg. In late 1962, they launched their first hit “Love Me Do” which made the band famous in the UK. It was in 1964 that the band became internationally famous. At that time, the band was successful to invade USA’s pop market.

One of the most famous USA’s TV programs—The Ed Sullivan Show—was the first for the Beatles to perform on US TV. Their performance was watched by more than seventy-three million people in the USA.

Their works, such as Rubber Souls the album launched in 1965, Revolver the album launched in 1966, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band the album launched in 1967, The Beatles the album launched in 1968, and Abbey Road the album launched in 1969, were considered the finest.

Some of their famous songs are “Hey Jude”, “Yesterday”, “Come Together”, “With a Little Help from my Friends”, “Penny Lane”, “Norwegian Wood”, and “Day Tripper”. It is suggested that people wanting to know more about their songs explore their albums.

Sadly, the band had to break up in 1970 and all of the members enjoyed their solo career. On December 8, 1980, John Lennon was shot dead by one of his fans, Mark David Chapman, near his residential house in New York. At that time, John Lennon and Yoko Ono his wife just arrived from Record Plant Studio. In November 2001, George Harrison passed away of a deadly lung cancer.

The remaining ones, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr are still active in music now. The Beatles Biography—short but brief, does give you more knowledge, right?

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