In February / March 1963 the Please Please Me album had not yet been released, but a new single of the Beatles was needed, so George Martin scheduled a recording session for Tuesday 5 March.
A collection of not so often seen images of George Harrison and Pattie Boyd Pattie Boyd, born Patricia Anne Boyd in 1944, met George Harrison during the filming of A[...]
This is a rare photo of Paul McCartney in San Francisco jamming with Jorma Kaukonen & Paul Kantner of Jefferson Airplane. In April 1967, Paul flew to the USA[...]
The Beatles photographed by David Hurn on train platform at Acton Station while filming A Hard Day's Night on 5 April 1964. (more…)
In 1966 The Beatles were in Japan for three days, from Jun 30th to Jul 2nd. Because of death threats, before the show The Beatles were advised to stay[...]
The Beatles at press conference in Washington, D.C., Aug. 13, 1966. The Beatles staged their third and final tour of America in August 1966. Just before the tour began[...]
George was on vacation with Olivia in Acapulco in early 1977. George did a photo session in January of 1977. The 2 stayed at the Acapulco Princess Hotel. From Rolling[...]
In April 1967, Paul flew to the USA (with Mal Evans) to surprise girlfriend Jane Asher for her 21st birthday. She was on tour with the Old Vic Theatre company.
He visited the Fillmore Auditorium, where Jefferson Airplane were rehearsing.
I’ve found this beautiful image surfing the web. It’s based on some shoots by Henry Benson taken while the lads were composing, at George V Hotel in Paris, January 1964. There is no name of the author.
The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years is a documentary film directed by Ron Howard based on the first part of The Beatles’ career (1962-1966) from their performances at the Cavern Club in Liverpool to their final concert in San Francisco in 1966.
The Beatles photographed by David Hurn on train platform at Acton Station while filming A Hard Day’s Night on 5 April 1964.
In 1966 The Beatles were in Japan for three days. While segregated in their rooms because of death threats the four painted the now titled Images of a Woman that is believed to be the only instance of a painting by all four Beatles.