The story begins in Liverpool, England, where four young lads—John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr—came together to form a band that would change the face of music
We explore the evolution of the Beatles' music, from the simplicity of "Love Me Do" to the groundbreaking innovation of "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band." Their discography is a journey in itself, showcasing their growth as musicians and songwriters.
The Beatles weren't just a band; they were a cultural phenomenon. We examine their impact on fashion, hair, and the socio-political landscape of the 1960s.
Even decades after the Beatles disbanded, their music continues to captivate new generations. Their timeless melodies and meaningful lyrics ensure that the Beatles' legacy lives on.
In the "Now" part of the story, we discover the enduring love of Beatles fans and the tribute bands that pay homage to the band's music.
The Beatles' journey from the "Then" to the "Now" is a testament to their enduring appeal and the way their music continues to bridge generational gaps.