Betty met the group the night they played at at St James' Baths, at Waterdale, helping them on the night. She wrote a poem about the night. She actually lived above the baths with her husband, the manager of the venue at the time, and is among the first people to chat to Jon about her memories.
He said: "I am a massive Beatles fan, Air Max 2015 Nr always have been. My Mum and Dad were massive fans too, and I guess their influence rubbed off on me. I was only born in 1970, so my image of the band is distinctly second hand. But I have great memories of watching the American Beatles cartoons as a kid and discovering albums like Revolver and Abbey Road.
Their second show in Doncaster followed a few weeks later on February 20, when they played at St James' Swimming Baths. They had driven 0from London where they performed on a programme called Parade of the Pops for the BBC Light Programme Service that afternoon.
Jon was brought up in Doncaster, and learned to love the famous band, even though they split up the year he was born. He met Betty and was excited to discover she's met his idols.
Jon is fascinated by the band's history. He hopes to put it to music for Sine FM, and may put it into a book if it gets a good response.
The last performance by The Beatles in the town was on Tuesday December 10, 1963, again at the Gaumont Theatre. That time they played a set that drew heavily from their second album, With The Beatles, with the songs including I Saw Her Standing There, From Me To You, All My Loving, You Really Got a Hold On Me, Roll Over Beethoven, Boys, Till There Was You, She Loves You, Money, and Twist and Shout.
Betty said they enjoyed time in the slipper baths before playing a show and staying on stage well past their alloted time.
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"I was also aware that they had played at the baths and thinking they performed there sends a tingle down my spine even now when I take my own kids swimming there. The music always sounds fresh to me and never seems to age. There is an innocence about The Beatles that will never re captured. I guess the canvas was fairly blank when they began their unique creative journey.
She did not know who they where when she met them.
magic and this is what set them apart from the rest of the pack."
describing them as a 'normal working group' and 'a polite set of lads' simple things that people forget when faced with their legendary status today. Betty didn't even know who they were. But what is most fascinating is that everyone agrees they possessed a certain Nike Air Max Shoes 2015 Price
Beatles poem recounts South Yorkshire visit
Jon says he always thought the band had only played twice in Doncaster, once at St James' Swimming Baths, and then again at the Gaumont Theatre, a building which was demolished last year, and currenly being used as a car park. He now knows they played four times throughout a busy schedule in 1963.
Doncaster again for their third show on Friday March 22, as part of a UK tour with Tommy Roe and Chris Montez. It saw their set expand to include tracks from their debut album, Please, Please Me, which was released on the same day of the concert. The set on this occasion consisted of Love Me Do, Misery, A Taste of Honey, Do You Want To Know a Secret, Please Please Me and I Saw Her Standing There.
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The Beatles only played a small set, drawing from covers including Chains, Keep Your Hands Off My Baby, A Taste of Honey plus their own Please, Please Me, which was released as a single on January 11.
The first date was at The Gaumont as part of the Helen Shapiro tour where they were bottom of a six act bill. This was their first appearance in Doncaster on Tuesday February 5 1963 the day after playing two shows at The Cavern, one of which was to be their final lunch time show at the venue. They were rapildy moving away from the smaller clubs at that stage.
Jon Kelly is hoping to record a history of the Fab Four's visits to Doncaster for a community radio station, and has been asking Betty Pearson all about her memories of the group.
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