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On this Day August 14, 2001
A pizza-stained piece of paper signed by three of the four Beatles sold for $48,000 (£17,441) to an anonymous collector at an auction in Melbourne.
all signed the paper during their 1964 tour of Australia. Drummer
had laryngitis and was not on the tour. A fan managed to get the autographs while the band was staying in a hotel in Adelaide.
On this Day August 14, 1988
Guitarist Roy Buchanan died after hanging himself with his own shirt in Fairfax County Adult Detention Center having been arrested for drunkenness. Buchanan released over 15 solo albums;
dedicated the song 'Cause We've Ended As Lovers' to Buchanan in 1975 on his Blow by Blow album.
On this Day August 14, 1985
won a bid over Yoko Ono and
to secure the ATV Music Publishing catalogue. At $47.5m he gained the rights to more than 250 songs written by Lennon and McCartney. McCartney had been negotiating with Yoko Ono, who had decided to withdraw her side of the deal because of 'astrological' reasons.
On this Day August 14, 1976
Funded by a £400 loan, 'So It Goes' by Nick Lowe became the first record released on
The label's marketing and advertising was often provocative and witty billing itself as "The World's Most Flexible Record Label". Other slogans were "We came. We saw. We left", and "If It Ain't Stiff, It Ain't Worth a Fuck".
On this Day August 14, 1965
Sonny & Cher started a three week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'I Got You Babe'. Sonny Bono is said to have been inspired to write the song to capitalize on the popularity of the term "babe," as heard in
s 'It Ain't Me Babe'.
On this Day August 14, 1965
taped an appearance for CBS-TV's The Ed Sullivan Show at Studio 50, New York City. They performed I Feel Fine, I'm Down, Act Naturally, Ticket to Ride,
and Help! Also today, The Beatles fifth album 'Help!' started a nine-week run at No.1 on the UK charts.
On this Day August 14, 1964
US singer Johnny Burnette was killed in a boating accident on Clear Lake California, aged 30. His unlit boat was struck by an unaware cabin cruiser, the impact threw him off the boat and he drowned. Burnette scored the 1961 US No.8 & UK No.3 single 'Your Sixteen'.
On this Day August 14, 1962
Unhappy with drummer Pete Best's role in
Brian Epstein and the other three members decided to sack him. Best played his last gig the following night at The Cavern, Liverpool.
who was nearing the end of a three-month engagement with Rory Storm & the Hurricanes at a Butlin's holiday camp received a telephone call from John Lennon, asking him to join The Beatles. Ringo gave Rory Storm three days notice and on August 18, appeared as a member of The Beatles for the first time.
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