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The Musical Career Of Paul McCartney with the beatles

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Paul McCartney began his musical career in 1957 with writing songs. At the age of 15 he met John Lennon and The Quarrymen in St. Peter’s Church on 6th July, 1957.

They composed many songs and thus he formed a close relationship with Lennon. During the period of 1960, Paul formed a band with members like Harrison, the lead guitarist; Stuart Sutcliffe on Bass and Pete Best on Drums.

Their first tour was to Scotland and kept changing the name of their band; they called it “Johnny And The Moondogs”, “The Nerk Twins” and “The Silver Beetles”. But they finally switched over to name “The Beatles”.

1960-1970 was the time of The Beatles. The group was booked from May, 1960 by Allan Williams to perform at a club in Hamburg. While performing in Hamburg in different clubs, they also used to visit Liverpool from time to time to perform at the Cavern Club.

Prior to the end of Hamburg Residency, Sutcliffe left the band, and so reluctantly Paul McCartney had to take up as a Bass Player of the group. The Beatles recorded their first published musical material in Hamburg, performing as the backing group for Tony Sheridan on the single "My Bonnie".

This recording brought them a subsequent development and commercial success and made Brian Epstien their new manager. Later Ringo Starr replaced Best on drums and in 1963 and in 1964 they became popular in UK and US respectively. Each group member was appointed as the Members of The Order Of The British Empire (MBE) in the year 1965.

The Beatles continued performing concerts, plays, and tours almost non-stop for a period of nearly four years, and giving more than one thousand four hundred live performances internationally.

The Beatles gave their last commercial concert at the end of their 1966 US tour. They continued to work in the recording studio from 1966-1970. The Beatles broke up in 1970. In the eight years from 1962 to 1970, the group had released twenty-four UK singles and twelve studio albums, along with further US releases.

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Category: Celebrities  - ( Celebrities Archive)

Date Added: 15 April '10


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