Vintage Video: The Beatles in Cleveland in 1964

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WEWS continues to mine their video vaults and put choice cuts on the interwebs for our enjoyment.

This time it's a video of the Beatles in Cleveland in 1964 during their first U.S. concert tour.


The Beatles were on their first U.S. concert tour, which lasted one month. Cleveland was one of their last stops.

WHK radio brought the Beatles to Cleveland as the banner behind them obviously shows. The disc jockeys for WHK stood behind the Beatles during a photo-op and were known as “The WHK Good Guys”.

Enjoy.

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