John and Yoko in Canada with Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau
David Bowie | Art Garfunkel | Paul Simon | Yoko Ono | John Lennon | Roberta Flack
Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney
The Beatles' first manager, Allan Williams (March 17, 1930 - Dec. 30, 2016)
who has been credited with discovering the Fab Four.
It was Williams who drove the young lads from Liverpool to Hamburg in a van in 1960,
where they got their first gigs and created their own special sound.
Despite losing out on the biggest band in British music history,
Williams stayed in the music scene on Merseyside and went on to found a famous club, the Jacaranda.
PART I: Gigs | PART II: Digs | PART III: Echos | PART IV: Reeperbahn | PART V: Places
Photos I | Photos II | Photos III | Photos IV | Photos V | Photos VI | Photos VII
Beatles: Post Hamburg
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