Today in Beatles History: September 28
Posted by **Stephen** on Sep 28, 2017 at 2:54:29 PM:
1960 - The Beatles perform at the Indra Club, Grosse Freiheit, Hamburg, West Germany.
1961 - The Beatles perform at Litherland Town Hall, Liverpool.
1962 - The Beatles perform a lunchtime show at the Cavern Club, Liverpool. That night they perform aboard the vessel MV 'Royal Iris' on the River Mersey. The Beatles' third and final "Riverboat Shuffle". The Beatles are top of the bill, which also features support act Lee Castle & the Barons.
1967 - The Beatles in the recording studio (Studio Two, EMI Studios, London). Mixing "I Am the Walrus" and recording overdubs for "Flying" (still titled "Aerial Tour Instrumental").
1968 - The Beatles' single "Hey Jude/Revolution" reaches #1 in the US charts.
1969 - The Plastic Ono Band in the recording studio (Trident Studios, London). Recording a re-make of "Cold Turkey". (John, Yoko, Eric Clapton, Klaus Voorman, and Ringo Starr).
1970 - US release of Ringo Starr LP "Beaucoups of Blues" (Apple). Songs: "Beaucoups of Blues", "Love Don't Last Long", "Fastest Growing Heartache in the West", "Without Her", "Woman of the Night", "I'd Be Talking All the Time", "$15 Draw", "Wine, Women and Loud Happy Songs", "I Wouldn't Have You Any Other Way", "Loser's Lounge", "Waiting", and "Silent Homecoming". 15 weeks on Billboard chart; highest position #65.
1976 - George Harrison is sued by A&M Records for $10 million for failing to comply with the terms of his contract, which required him to have an album completed by July 26. The case is resolved when both parties agree to end the contract, and Harrison later will reach an agreement with Warner Brothers for distribution of George's Dark Horse records.
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