Saturday, April 10, 2010
April 10 - Today in Beatles History
Stuart Sutcliffe dies.
The Beatles leave to Hamburg.
'Please Please Me' LP, 3rd week in the Top 10 (UK New Musical Express chart).
US LP release: 'The Beatles' Second Album'.
Brian announces that Billy J. Kramer with the Dakotas will make their debut on the Ed Sullivan Show on 7 June.
Sid Bernstein phones Brian to the Waldorf Towers, and visits him to pay him $ 100,000, in advance for the Shea Stadium concert.
Riverside Studios, London. Recording for BBC-TV's 'Top Of The Pops'.
Start of six days of Donovan performances at the Saville Theatre.
UK LP release: 'McCartney', according to Paul initial plans.
Paul announces to the press that he quits the Beatles.
Have a groovy day!
- Retro Rebirth
If you liked this article then make sure you subscribe to the feed via RSS It's Free. You can also follow me on Twitter too!
Become a Retro Rebirth Fan on our Facebook Page
Check out the Retro Rebirth Design Catalog and see what groovy Music & Pop Culture designs we have for sale.