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Today In Beatles History

September 19, 1934

On this day Beatles manager Brian Samuel Epstein was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, England to parents Harry and Queenie.

Besides the Fab Four, Epstein also managed several acts such as Cilla Black, Billy J Kramer and the Dakotas, Gerry and the Pacemakers and The Fourmost.

Brian would’ve turned 80 had he not overdosed on sleeping pills in 1967. The manager was, finally, recently inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, has had a comic book-like-book written of him, and has two films in production based on his life. Hopefully future generations of Beatles fans will not fail to recognize the hard work Brian did to get the band to, as they said, “the toppermost of the poppermost”.

We miss you, Brian Epstein

Seeing as I made this blog to please my followers,

Should I include photos/a tag involving Paul McCartney’s second wife, Heather Mills, or as I like to call her, The Money Taking Witch?

I personally do not like her, but if the majority of my followers do, then I will allow photos to be posted of her on here. But this is depending on you.

Should I allow it?

1964 Rolling Stones tea towel

1964 Rolling Stones tea towel

Linda Eastman during her senior year in Scarsdale High School. The bottom is her senior photo. 1959.

September 18, 1980John Lennon and his second wife, Yoko Ono, standing outside of the Hit Factory where they record their final album together, Double Fantasy, which would be released almost exactly two months later.

Photographer: Robert R. McElroy

September 18, 1980

John Lennon and his second wife, Yoko Ono, standing outside of the Hit Factory where they record their final album together, Double Fantasy, which would be released almost exactly two months later.

Photographer: Robert R. McElroy

The Beatles on the set of their first film, A Hard Day’s Night. 1964.

Anon request: The Beatles smoking

Pipes Of Peace. 1983.

June 16, 1966

Publicity shots that The Beatles took before their only live performance for the then 2 year-old music show, Top Of The Pops. The band would mime along to the song Paperback Writer and its B-side, Rain.

Photographer: Harry Goodwin

October 4, 1966

On this day, Ringo Starr visited John Lennon in Almeria, Spain while he was filming How I Won The War. Starr and his wife, Maureen, stayed with Lennon until his birthday on the 9th.