April 5 – Today in Beatles History

1946
Jane Asher is born, in London.

1962
Performance at the Cavern.

1963
EMI House, ground floor studio. Performance before EMI executives, journalists and photographers from British pop newspapers. The Beatles are presented with awards.
Evening. New Public Baths, Leyton, London. Main Bath Hall. Beatles live performance.

1964
‘El club de los Beatles’ (‘The Beatles Club’), 1st Chilean radio programme dedicated to the Beatles, is first broadcast.

Shooting of opening scene of ‘A Hard Day’s Night’, at Boston Place, London, and other opening scenes at the Marylebone Station.

1967
Paul and Jane spend the day in the Colorado Rocky Mountains and go to the theatre in Denver.

1969
‘Yellow Submarine’ LP, 12th week in the Top 100 (Billboard).

Dick James does not convince the Beatles to sell their shares to ATV. John and Paul reject 900,000 pounds for them.

1996
‘Anthology 2’ number 3, 1st week in the Top 5 (‘Feria del Disco’ record stores English music sales, Chile).

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