Thursday, February 21, 2013

C'mon now...

Today in rock history, in 1961, for what is almost surely the only time in their stage career, the Beatles play three separate gigs in three venues on one day: a lunchtime show at the Cavern followed by and evening show at Liverpool's Casanova Club and a nighttime gig across town at Litherland Town Hall. The only video that could have existed from this long, long day in the band’s career is this vid of the band at the Cavern Club in 1962. As a commenter on YouTube said, “Wish I could have been in the back of the hall with a cold beer that day!” I second that emotion, enjoy the vid, and keep on rockin’! (thanks to for the info).


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Who Am Us Anyway? said...

ah, good old anonymous; always such a kidder.

Meanwhile, I cannot believe there is actual footage of the Beatles in the Cavern Club!! Kind of funny to think if you and I had been independently offered just one time travel trip we might have found ourselves at the same gig ... "Hey Charlie, fancy meeting you here!" :-)

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