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Liverpool is the home town of The Beatles, the most successful pop band of all time. The Beatles sold millions of records, featured in five films, and sent their fans all over the world into fits of enthusiasm and hysteria.
Picture #1: The Rolling Stones band logo – forever synonymous with the band – was designed by art student John Pasche in 1970, after the band became frustrated by designs provided by their label Decca. / Picture #2: This is the logo of the American musical duo Twenty One Pilosts originating from Columbus, Ohio. / Picture #3: "Yellow Submarine" is a 1966 song by the Beatles, written by Paul McCartney and John Lennon, with lead vocals by Ringo Starr. It was included on the Revolver (1966) album and issued as a single, coupled with "Eleanor Rigby".
Liverpool, a seaport in Northern England, differs greatly from York. Once it was England’s largest export port and one of the most important seaports worldwide. In the outgoing 18th century Liverpool became a very wealthy city. However, no other industrial town or city in England was hit as hard by the economic depression in the 1980s as Liverpool. Companies went bankrupt, masses of people lost their jobs and remained unemployed. Over the past few decades, Liverpool has lost almost 400.000 inhabitants.
Liverpool is the hometown of The Beatles, the most successful pop band of all time. The Beatles sold millions of records, featured in five films, and sent their fans all over the world into fits of enthusiasm and hysteria. They scored their first successes here in Liverpool, at the famous Cavern Club. Between 1961 and 1963 they played almost 300 concerts in this simple cellar bar.