50th anniversary of The Beatles concert in DC

50th anniversary of The Beatles concert in DC

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  • Another wave of Beatlemania in DC celebrates 50th anniversary of The Beatles' first U.S. concert

    Another wave of Beatlemania in DC celebrates 50th anniversary of The Beatles' first U.S. concert

    Wednesday, February 12 2014 12:08 AM EST2014-02-12 05:08:24 GMT
    50 years ago, the Beatles descended on the nation’s capital with their first full concert in America at what is now the Washington Coliseum. On Tuesday, thousands of aging Beatlemaniacs and many younger fans showed up for a reenacted celebration of sorts.
    50 years ago, the Beatles descended on the nation’s capital with their first full concert in America at what is now the Washington Coliseum. On Tuesday, thousands of aging Beatlemaniacs and many younger fans showed up for a reenacted celebration of sorts.
  • Why Tony Perkins is a huge Beatles fan

    Why Tony Perkins is a huge Beatles fan

    Monday, February 10 2014 10:55 PM EST2014-02-11 03:55:04 GMT
    Over the last several days, we have aired several stories about The Beatles talking to people who saw them first hand, and I have even shown you my collection of Beatles memorabilia. Some of you have asked me: Why am I such a big Beatles fan?
    Over the last several days, we have aired several stories about The Beatles talking to people who saw them first hand, and I have even shown you my collection of Beatles memorabilia. Some of you have asked me: Why am I such a big Beatles fan?
  • Tommy Roe, musician who opened for The Beatles, discusses his DC concert experience

    Tommy Roe, musician who opened for The Beatles, discusses his DC concert experience

    Friday, February 7 2014 9:04 PM EST2014-02-08 02:04:37 GMT
    In just a few days, we will mark the 50th anniversary of The Beatles first U.S. concert. The Fab Four played right here in D.C. at the Washington Coliseum. Tommy Roe was as close to the action as anyone. He shared the stage with the legendary group that night as the opening act.
    In just a few days, we will mark the 50th anniversary of The Beatles first U.S. concert. The Fab Four played right here in D.C. at the Washington Coliseum. Tommy Roe was as close to the action as anyone. He shared the stage with the legendary group that night as the opening act.
  • Taking a look through Tony Perkins' Beatles memorabilia collection

    Taking a look through Tony Perkins' Beatles memorabilia collection

    Thursday, February 6 2014 11:59 PM EST2014-02-07 04:59:48 GMT
    Friday is the 50th anniversary of The Beatles' arrival in America. Next week is the 50th anniversary of their first U.S. concert, which took place right here in the nation’s capital. But tonight, we take a look at the personal collection of memorabilia of a huge Beatles fan – our own Tony Perkins!
    Friday is the 50th anniversary of The Beatles' arrival in America. Next week is the 50th anniversary of their first U.S. concert, which took place right here in the nation’s capital. But tonight, we take a look at the personal collection of memorabilia of a huge Beatles fan – our own Tony Perkins!
  • Cerphe remembers The Beatles' visit to DC 50 years ago

    Cerphe remembers The Beatles' visit to DC 50 years ago

    Thursday, February 6 2014 9:57 PM EST2014-02-07 02:57:43 GMT
    We are just days away from the 50th anniversary of The Beatles arrival in the United States, and their first U.S. concert, which happened to be in D.C. at the Washington Coliseum.
    We are just days away from the 50th anniversary of The Beatles arrival in the United States, and their first U.S. concert, which happened to be in D.C. at the Washington Coliseum.
  • Photographer remembers The Beatles 50 years ago at the Washington Coliseum

    Photographer remembers The Beatles 50 years ago at the Washington Coliseum

    Wednesday, February 5 2014 11:13 PM EST2014-02-06 04:13:43 GMT
    It was something different, something fresh and innovative. It was a band called The Beatles and they were poised to make history at the Washington Coliseum right here in our town. And one 18-year-old boy fresh out of high school was there to capture it all.
    It was something different, something fresh and innovative. It was a band called The Beatles and they were poised to make history at the Washington Coliseum right here in our town. And one 18-year-old boy fresh out of high school was there to capture it all.
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