Los Nombres Detras de Las Bandas de Musica


 Los Nombres Detras de Las Bandas de Musica

The Beatles
John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr were the original members of The Beatles. In 1968, John was shot and killed in New York City by a deranged fan. While George had his own solo success with the group Wings and even after The Beatles disbanded he penned many successful solo songs as well. McCartney's songwriting output remained high for both The Beatles and Wings while he toured. Starr's songwriting efforts focused mainly on movie scores after his time with The Beatles ended.
Paul McCartney
Paul McCartney was born in Liverpool on June 18, 1942. He was often the main vocalist in The Beatles and originally intended to become a schoolteacher after he finished his music studies.
Paul wrote most of the songs for The Beatles and Wings until he left for a long sabbatical in New York City where he was exposed to new music, including disco, punk rock, rap, and disco. On March 10th 1980 Paul's aircraft was destroyed by a bomb that still remains unsolved as this is being written. There were no survivors aboard the plane. However, 6 days later Paul was back in England and relocated to Scotland where he practiced Zen Buddhism. Paul's musical career today consists mostly of collaborations with other artists. McCartney was the only surviving member to play with The Beatles in their live shows after John Lennon's death.

John Lennon
John Winston Lennon was born in Liverpool on October 9th 1940. He became an avid fan of rock music at a young age and decided to become a rock musician at the age of 16. John was soon discovered by The Beatles (originally known as The Quarrymen) who were looking for a guitarist to fill in for Stuart Sutcliffe, who left the band when he was kicked out by his fellow band members, all except John. John's guitar accompaniment to The Beatles' first song was the hit single, She Loves You. In 1960, John had a falling out with The Beatles and formed a band called The Quarrymen.
In 1962, John became the lead vocalist in the band Lennon & Fundamentalers and wrote his first songs for it like Hold Me Tight. Several months later he decided to make a change because he couldn't relate to himself as an artist and went back to being a rock guitarist. He also began to use LSD in his life and from here on out recorded many of his songs while tripping on acid. In 1966 John collaborated with The Beatles on their album Revolver. John also wrote songs for the album, including Tomorrow Never Knows and Strawberry Fields Forever, the most famous song he ever wrote. The Beatles were now internationally famous and had many fans in the United States. In October of that year, The Beatles made their big US debut in Washington D.C. After this appearance John decided to stay in New York City for a while and visited Timothy Leary at his LSD retreat center in Millbrook, New York.
McCartney had been kicked out of the band by Paul several months earlier for his use of LSD.


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