The Beatles: An Influence on Pop Culture

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The Beatles were an English rock band that performed in a city called Liverpool. The Beatle’s members consists of John Lennon, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, and Paul McCartney. There genres was rock and pop during the years they were active in 1960-1970.
In the early 1960’s, they were known as Beatlemania instead of the Beatle’s but as their song writing grew in culture they came to be professed as an epitome of the ideals shared by the era’s sociocultural revolutions. They began to build their reputation in the 1960’s while playing in Liverpool and Hamburg. Their manager Brain Epstein, along with George Martin boosted their music potential. After, their first hit “Love Me Do” came out, they became more popular in the United Kingdom in the late 1962. They got their nick name “the Fab Four” as the Beatlemania grew in Britain and by the 1964 they became international stars in the “British Invasion”. In 1965, the created some very influential albums like the Rubber Soul in 1965, Revolver 1996, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts club Bands 1967, The Beatles in 1968, and Abbey Road in 1969. One of their members, Lennon was shot and kill in December in 1980 after their break up and Harrison died of lung cancer in November 2001. The Beatles was the best things to happen in the twentieth century, during 1964, they were held the first five slows on the Billboard…
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