74th birthday of Ringo Starr. Happy birthday dear Ringo★ Thanks for existing 

74th birthday of Ringo Starr. Happy birthday dear Ringo★ Thanks for existing ♥♥♥

Press conference in Adelaide, 1964

Press conference in Adelaide, 1964

The day after they landed on Australian soil, The Beatles flew from Sydney to Adelaide in a chartered Ansett ANA jet, arriving at 11.57am

The day after they landed on Australian soil, The Beatles flew from Sydney to Adelaide in a chartered Ansett ANA jet, arriving at 11.57am

Press conference at the Sydney Sheraton Hotel, 11 June 1964. Photo by John Howard.

Press conference at the Sydney Sheraton Hotel, 11 June 1964. Photo by John Howard.

AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN WITH UK CONTEST WINNERS

AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN WITH UK CONTEST WINNERS

John and Yoko with the press in Toronto’s King Edward Hotel, 1969.

John and Yoko with the press in Toronto’s King Edward Hotel, 1969.

1960: Performance at Dalrymple Hall, Fraserburgh, AberdeenThe Silver Beetles had a day off on 22 May from their Scottish tour with Johnny Gentle, but continued the following day with a performance in Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire. On the journey to Dalrymple Hall the driver Gerry Scott asked Johnny Gentle to take the wheel. Gentle crashed the small van into another car. Drummer Tommy Moore suffered concussion and loosened teeth when the group’s equipment landed on him. While Moore was being treated in hospital, John Lennon and the promoter from Dalrymple Hall arrived and marched him to the venue. The heavily-sedated Moore duly played the concert, despite having little idea where he was.“We did OK on that tour, playing church halls all over Scotland, places like Fraserburgh. It was great - we felt very professional. But we were endlessly on the phone to Larry Parnes’s office, complaining that the money hadn’t arrived. Years later I said this on a radio programme and Larry threatened to sue me, because his aunties had got onto him: ‘Larry, you didn’t pay those nice Beatle boys.’ That was a true shame in his book.” Paul McCartneyBeatlesBible.com

1960: 
Performance at Dalrymple Hall, Fraserburgh, Aberdeen

The Silver Beetles had a day off on 22 May from their Scottish tour with Johnny Gentle, but continued the following day with a performance in Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire. On the journey to Dalrymple Hall the driver Gerry Scott asked Johnny Gentle to take the wheel. Gentle crashed the small van into another car. Drummer Tommy Moore suffered concussion and loosened teeth when the group’s equipment landed on him. While Moore was being treated in hospital, John Lennon and the promoter from Dalrymple Hall arrived and marched him to the venue. The heavily-sedated Moore duly played the concert, despite having little idea where he was.

“We did OK on that tour, playing church halls all over Scotland, places like Fraserburgh. It was great - we felt very professional. But we were endlessly on the phone to Larry Parnes’s office, complaining that the money hadn’t arrived. Years later I said this on a radio programme and Larry threatened to sue me, because his aunties had got onto him: ‘Larry, you didn’t pay those nice Beatle boys.’ That was a true shame in his book.” Paul McCartney
BeatlesBible.com