John Lennon: He was born on 9 October
1940. In 1956, he formed “The
Quarrymen” that would eventually turn
into “The Beatles”.
George Harrison: He was born
on 25 February 1943.
Paul McCartney: He was born on 18 June 1942. In
1954, he met his schoolmate George Harrison.
Ringo Starr: He was born
on 7 July 1940. He
inherited the hobby of
singing and dancing form
In March 1957, John Lennon, formed a skiffle
group. Fifteen-year-old Paul McCartney joined
as a rhythm guitarist. In February 1958,
McCartney invited his friend George Harrison
to watch the band.
They had another drummer, but
contemplating his dismissal, he was replaced by
Ringo Starr, who left another group to join
Lennon was the lead singer and guitarrist,
McCartney was the bassist and singer, Starr was
the drummer and Harrison was guitarrist and
used to do the chorus.
They released their first singles in 1962.
On 26 November 1963, the disc Please Please
Me reached number two in the official UK top.
In January 1964, the single I
Want to Hold Your Hand
taked place in top U.S. sites.
In July 1964
of A Hard
Their 10 most famous songs
"She Loves You"
"Love Me Do"
"I Want to Hold Your
"Can't Buy Me Love"
"A Hard Day's Night"
"I Feel Fine"
"Eight Days a Week"
"Ticket to Ride"
In 1968 they published "Yellow Submarine". John
Lennon met Yoko Ono.
They released the double LP "The
Beatles ". Tensions that were
increasing, were recorded on the
documentary " Let It Be."
After giving the rooftop concert in the building
of Apple, they were not happy with the album
"Abbey Road“, and the album “Let it be” was
published before that one in 1969. This album
ultimately separated all the group, in 1970.
John Lennon, began a solo career. He
composed very famous songs like Imagine. He
was killed in December 1980.
Paul McCartney, formed the band Wings. After the
death of Lennon, he left his tours. It was one of the
reasons the group disbanded. He collaborated on the
George Harrison tribute "All Those Years Ago" and in
1982 published "Here Today“.
George Harrison started a
solo career and died in
2001 from cancer.