1960 – The Silver Beetles (John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Stu Sutcliffe, and Tommy Moore) perform during the first night of their short tour of Scotland backing singer Johnny Gentle, at Town Hall, Alloa, Clackmannanshire. Gentle and the Silver Beetles rehearse together for the first time just 30 minutes prior to going on stage. For this tour, three of the Silver Beetles adopt stage names: Paul McCartney is “Paul Ramon,” George Harrison is “Carl Harrison,” and Stuart Sutcliffe becomes “Stuart de Stael.
1961 – The Beatles perform at the Top Ten Club, Reeperbahn, Hamburg, West Germany.
1962 – The Beatles perform at the Star-Club, Hamburg, West Germany.
1963 – The Beatles, on tour with Roy Orbison, perform at the Gaumont Cinema in Southampton, Hampshire.
1966 – The Beatles are on location filming two color promo films for “Paperback Writer” and “Rain.” Filming is done in the gardens of Chiswick House, Chiswick, London, which started the previous day. The director is Michael Lindsay-Hogg.
1967 – John, Paul and Ringo record interviews with Kenny Everett for same-day broadcast on the BBC radio program “Where It’s At.” The Beatles’ about-to-be-released album “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” is played on the program, every track except “A Day in the Life,” which has been banned by the BBC for encouraging a permissive attitude towards drug use.
1969 – The Beatles’ newly-hired manager, Allen Klein, moves into Apple’s offices, throwing out executives, hangers-on, and hustlers. Apple stops losing money and Klein works on maximizing record royalties for The Beatles.
1991 – Paul McCartney’s album “Unplugged (The Official Bootleg)” (Parlophone CDPCSD-117) is released in the U.K. Tracks: “Be-Bop-a-Lula,” “I Lost My Little Girl,” “Here, There and Everywhere,” “Blue Moon of Kentucky,” “We Can Work It Out,” “San Francisco Bay Blues,” “I’ve Just Seen a Face,” “Every Night,” “She’s a Woman,” “Hi-Heel Sneakers,” “And I Love Her,” “That Would be Something,” “Blackbird,” “Ain’t No Sunshine” (vocal: Hamish Stuart), “Good Rockin’ Tonight,” “Singing the Blues,” and “Junk.