The Beatles This Week: July 19 – July 25

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This Week In Beatles History
July 19 – July 25

Did you ever wonder about what The Beatles were up to on a week-to-week basis?  Are you a Beatles trivia buff?  Test your knowledge here as you look at what happened to The Beatles in a specific week in time.

July 20, 1957 – Paul was invited to join the Quarry Men.

July 23, 1963 – The sixth edition of “Pop Go the Beatles” was shown on television.

July 25, 1964 – The single “ A Hard Day’s Night”/”Things We Said Today” reached the top of the UK charts, staying for three weeks. The album “ A Hard Day’s Night” reached the top of the charts also, staying for 21 weeks on the UK charts, and 14 weeks on the US charts.

July 23, 1966 – The Cavern Club in Liverpool reopened with new management. This was the venue at which The Beatles played very often in their early days.

July 22, 1967 – “All You Need Is Love” hit the top of the UK charts, remaining for three weeks.

July 20, 1968 – Jane Asher announced her relationship with Paul McCartney was over on “The Simon Dee Show.”

July 23, 1969 – “The End” was recorded.  It was to be the last song on the last album that The Beatles would produce.

July 23, 1976 – Paul and Wings released “Let ‘Em In”/”Beware My Love” in the UK.

July 21, 1978 – Ringo released “Tonight”/”Old Time Relovin” in the UK.

July 22, 1980 – “Waterfalls”/”Check My Machine” by Paul was released in the US.

Last updated: Jul 19, 2009
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