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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo

The Liverpool Echo is a newspaper published by Trinity Mirror North West & North Wales – a subsidiary company of Reach plc and is based in St Paul's Square, Liverpool, Merseyside, England. It is published Monday to Sunday, and is Liverpool's daily newspaper.

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The Beatles: It's The Beatles! Oh, What A Night It Was... That Top Of The Bill Debut At The London Palladium

Report by Tony Barrow, Liverpool Echo, 21 October 1963

BEGINS TO-DAY: The Fabulous Stary Of Liverpool's Famous Four ...

The Beatles, The Quarrymen: It's the Beatles! Fans Just Didn't Dig The 'Quarrymen'

Retrospective by Tony Barrow, Liverpool Echo, 22 October 1963

THE STRUGGLING DAYS... ALL OF FIVE YEARS AGO Second Article In The Series By TONY BARROW ...

The Beatles, Gerry & The Pacemakers: It's The Beatles! Part 3: 30/- Each A Night — They Nearly Disbanded. Then Came The Epstein Touch

Retrospective by Tony Barrow, Liverpool Echo, 23 October 1963

IN JULY 1961 at Litherland Town Hall, a Crosby man put on a show which could now pack Liverpool Stadium twice over and probably leave ...

The Beatles: It's the Beatles! part 4: What It Is Like To Be Famous

Interview by Tony Barrow, Liverpool Echo, 24 October 1963

JUST AS thousands of pop-conscious and/or fashion-conscious young men have added collarless Cardin jackets or suits to their sleek wardrobes, it looks as though the ...

The Beatles: It's the Beatles! Part 5: How To Avoid The Stage Door Crowds... Enter Through The Roof

Report and Interview by Tony Barrow, Liverpool Echo, 25 October 1963

FAN CLUB IS NOW BIG BUSINESS... ...

The Beatles, George Martin: It's The Beatles! To Each — Quick Wits And A Mind Of His Own

Report and Interview by Tony Barrow, Liverpool Echo, 26 October 1963

Concluding the story of LIVERPOOL'S FAMOUS FOUR ...

The Beatles: My City: Keith's Wine Bar

Memoir by Spencer Leigh, Liverpool Echo, March 2023

IN THE LATE 1990s Bob Wooler, the former Cavern DJ, used to live off Lark Lane, and I would meet him every Saturday at Keith's ...

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