A Short Biography of the Beatles

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Introduction to Short Biography of the Beatles

The Beatles have one of the incredible greatest success stories. And They are the greatest and most influential band of all time. They introduced many new creations into popular music than other bands in that time. They tried to do the best they did. Just think about it: Four classmates from the north of England come together to play music and through their hard work, they could finally launch and sell hundreds of millions of albums. They were also the first British rock group to touch worldwide prominence. The Beatles were an English popular rock band in 1960. This story begins with 15-year-old Paul McCartney met a 16-year-old John Lennon in 1957. Members were John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr. They are considered the most influential band of all time. When they started it, they were teenagers. The Beatles were an influencing popular music band not only that they were a fashion among the peoples.

Firstly they were called “Quarrymen”, after that, they changed it to “Silver Beatles” and later on simply “The Beatles”. They started playing in Liverpool and gradually they continued to in Scotland and in Hamburg, Germany. They had released two albums in 1965 and 1966. the Beatles grabbed the international audience in 1964 and Continuously, They kept them for the next six years. They were Rubber Soul and Revolver. These two albums were a turning point of the band’s recording history.


The Beatles became a phenomenon that the world had never before seen in history. When they arrived in the United States. Teenagers were screaming and surrounded their planes.

They were the first group to be so popular as to be able to fill entire stadiums when they do their shows.

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In that time, the Beatles played and built their reputation in clubs. They obtained their popularity in England after launching their first song, “Love Me Do”, in 1962. At that time, The Beatles had distanced themselves from their fans after the interview They had with a London Evening Standard writer, the reason was, In that interview, Lennon said, “We’re more popular than Jesus Christ now.”. he was misunderstood by many Americans. As a result, They burned the Beatles’ albums. Finally, They had to finish their last U.S. tour. They got the nickname “the Fab Four”. The band was break up in 1970. 

Lennon was murdered in 1980, Harrison died of cancer in 2001, when he died he was 58. McCartney and Starr continue individually in the industry. Paul McCartney built a new group.

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