Beatlemania meets Little Tavern Shops
February 15, 1965
Just for Laughs- Four Countermen at a sandwich shop put on Beatle Wigs yesterday. From left they are Charles LeBron, Efford Anderson, Robert Bonsall and Ronnie Barler.
Here’s a little context for you.
February 7: The Beatles arrive at Kennedy Airport in New York
February 9: The Beatles make their first appearance on CBS television’s “Ed Sullivan Show” in New York.
February 11: The Beatles make their first live concert appearance in the US at the Coliseum in Washington, DC., drawing an audience of 20,000 fans. February 12: The band gives two concert performances at Carnegie Hall in New York City.
February 13: 6.00pm This was The Beatles’ only visit to Baltimore. They performed two shows at the Civic Center, to a total of 28,000 fans. The support acts were The Bill Black Combo, The Exciters, Clarence ‘Frogman’ Henry, and Jackie DeShannon.
and 9/13/1964, Beatles play Baltimore and stay in the Holiday Inn with the revolving restaurant http://www.flickr.com/photos/87039192@N00/5598107433
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