If somebody asked you: “How did they go from being The Quarrymen to The Beatles?”, what would you say?
I’ve spent the last 14 years researching and writing about the early history of The Beatles in my first book, “Liddypool: Birthplace of The Beatles” and my new book, “The Fab one hundred and Four: The Evolution of The Beatles”.
Over the next few weeks, I will take you on that journey with the whole story – including some surprise names, and revealing for the first time the previously unknown school friend who suggested to John that he should start a skiffle group!
Names like Arthur Pendleton, Everett Estridge, Simone Jackson and Ian James deserve credit for the important part they played in the evolution of The Beatles.
Make sure you don’t miss it!