Today is Saturday, July 4, 2020

Today in
Beatles History

1964 - "Billboard" reported that the Beatles' upcoming summer North American tour would be a sell out.

1966 - In the Philippines, President Ferdinand Marcos removed the Beatles' police protection. His wife had claimed that the band had snubbed her by not attending one of her parties. The band was later attacked by an angry mob. The Beatles played two shows for 80,000 people at the Rizal Memorial football stadium.

1984 - Ringo Starr performed with the Beach Boys at their free July 4th concert in Miami, FL.




Beatles Quote

It's typical, the one time I don't show up I win a Grammy, maybe that's the secret formula!
- Paul McCartney


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