The first Beatle ever


WORLD'S FIRST BEATLES
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST

Who were the first Beatles?

This one was really bugging us so we looked it up and got pretty confused.

In March 1957 John Lennon and Pete Shotton started a group called 'The Black Jacks' which was later changed to 'The Quarry Men'.

In July 1957 James Paul McCartney is introduced to The Quarry Men and in October 1957 Paul McCartney makes his debut as a member of the band.

In August 1958 George Harrison joined The Quarry Men and in 1959 The Quarry Men disband.

In 1959 John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ken Brown perform seven concerts at the Casbah Club, then Ken Brown leaves but John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison go on as 'Johnny and the Moondogs'.

In January 1960 Stu Sutcliff joins the group and in May 1960 Tommy Moore joins the band and they rename themselves the 'Beetles' followed by the 'Silver Beetles', then in June 1960 they changed once more to the 'Silver Beatles'.

At this point in time John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Tommy Moore and Stu Sutcliff could be considered the first Beatles, but we go on.

Tommy Moore so leaves the group and is replaced by Norman Chapman but he leaves for service duty and in August 1960 Pete Best joins the group.

On August 18 1960 the group started playing in Hamburg, Germany as the 'Beatles' featuring John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Pete Best  and Stu Sutcliff, the first true Beatles.

Ringo Starr did not join the Beatles until September 1962.


The First Beatles - 1960


The first Beatle ever

The first Beatle ever

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