Start of Star Club performances.
Studio E, BBC Lime Grove Studios, London. Filming appearance on BBC-TV's "The 625 Show". 1st BBC-TV appearance.
Evening. Home of Bruce Welch, 157 Headstone Lane, North Harrow, Middlesex. Party thrown by Welch. The Beatles attend. They meet Cliff Richard for the first time.
The title of the new film, "A Hard Day's Night", is announced to the press.
US gold certification: The Beatles' Second Album
Studio 2. 7:00-11:00pm. Recording: "Help!" (takes 1-12). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Norman Smith; 2nd Engineer: Ken Scott.
The Beatles receive two Grammy Awards for 1964: "Best New Artist Of 1964" and "Best Performance by a Vocal Group" ("A Hard Day's Night").
, 19th week in the Top 10 (UK Record Retailer).
Studio 3. 2:30-6:30pm. Recording: "Granny Smith" (working title of "Love You To") (tape reduction take 6 into take 7, overdub onto take 7). Mono mixing: "Granny Smith" (working title of "Love You To") (remixes 1-3, from take 7). Editing: "Granny Smith" (working title of "Love You To") (of mono remixes 1-3).
Studio 3. 8:00pm-2:30am. Recording: "Paperback Writer" (takes 1-2). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Geoff Emerick; 2nd Engineer: Richard Lush.
"Lady Madonna" number 4 (Dutch Top 40).
Article accusing Allen Klein is published in the "Insight" column of the "Sunday Times".
"Let It Be" number 1, 2nd week (Australia Kent Music Report).
US gold certification: The Beatles 1962-1966
and The Beatles 1967-1970
Band On The Run
number 1 (US Billboard).
"Jet" number 11 (Dutch Top 40).
Driving on Route 110 to buy Yoko some flowers, John hears "Coming Up" for the first time on the car radio.
UK album release: Menlove Ave.
on CD (Parlophone CDP 7 46576 2).
Frederic Seaman, a former assistant to John Lennon, is sued by Yoko Ono and Capitol Records over personal effects of the late artist. The suit claims that Seaman launched "an elaborate scheme" to "exploit Lennon's death by stealing priceless personal and sentimental items."
Paul performs the only Canadian date from his "Driving USA" tour at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto.
The Beatles' Apple Corp. company was listed as Britain's fastest profit-growth firm with an annual profit growth of 194%.
Julian Lennon sold a "significant" stake of his share in the songs his father John wrote for the Beatles to US music publishing company Primary Wave. The firm would now receive payments when any Lennon compositions were sold on CD, performed live or played on the radio. The company who were about to market Julian Lennon's new music project, declined to reveal how much the deal was worth.
Sir Paul McCartney topped the Sunday Times Rich List of musicians with the £680m fortune he shares with his wife Nancy Shevell.
2014, In New York City, the Donald and Mary Oenslager Gallery runs in the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, at Lincoln Center. The library exhibition include tour memorabilia, historic film clips, video interviews with musicians, as well as interactive exhibits.