Casbah Coffee Club, Liverpool. Mona Best, mother of Pete Best, Ringo Starr's predecessor, has reopened this club, where in 1959, Pete, Lennon, McCartney and Harrison performed as The Quarrymen. L15 tour can be booked ahead of time.
THIS DAY IN ROCK HISTORY: August 7, 1957: The Quarry Men, later to be renamed The Beatles, play the Cavern Club in Liverpool. It's still a jazz club but skiffle is tolerated, but when John plays "Hound Dog" and "Blue Suede Shoes" the owner sends a note to the stage saying "Cut out the bloody rock." Noticeably absent: Paul McCartney who is at Boy Scout summer camp.
The Beatles are a famous English band that originated in Liverpool, England. They became “The Beatles” in 1960 and consisted of four very talented and incredibly influential musicians; John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr.