There have been more books, movies, and other assorted tributes to the Beatles than any other act of the rock era, but that doesn't mean Fab Four lore can't hold a few surprises even after all these years.
Not all cultural revolutions take place overnight. Some begin with little fanfare and take a while to gather steam. That's exactly what happened on Oct. 5, 1962, when the Beatles released their first single, 'Love Me Do,' in the U.K.
Collective Unconscious has been playing the music of The Beatles since the band started. Performing the entire album was actually one of their first performances after they released their first album. Singer Jeff Engholm says you'll be hearing this great music, and more at tonight's Summertime by George.
Few clubs are as associated with one band's rise to stardom as Liverpool's Cavern Club is with the Beatles. On Aug. 3, 1963, they played the tiny basement club on Mathew Street for the 292nd and final time.
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