Celebrating the Beatles’ first concert; Beatles 50th Anniversary
It’s the 50th anniversary of when the Beatles first came to the U.S. and changed the music library.
The band was just four years old when they arrived at New Year’s John F. Kennedy international airport and embarked on their first U.S. tour.
Two days later, the Beatles appeared live on the Ed Sullivan Show – which was watched by an estimated 73 million people setting of Beatlemania.
The “Fab Four” kicked off their live stage tour in Washington DC on the 11th.
Just two months later, the Beatles did the unthinkable by occupying all of the top five positions on the billboard top pop singles chart with “Can’t buy me love” leading the way.
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