The Beatles history begins in March 1957, when John Lennon and his friend, Pete Shotton establish a group known by the name of “The Black Jacks” to play Skiffle and America Rock and Roll. They soon change the name to “The Quarry Men”.
In The Summer of 1958, The Quarrey Men (John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, playing guitars, John Lowe on piano, and Collin Hanton on drums) made two demo recordings: “That’ll Be The Day” and “In Spite Of All The Danger”, the latter being a McCartney-Harrison composition.
During that Winter of 1960, John Lennon invited a art student Stu Sutcliff to join the group on the condition he got his own bass. In May They renamed themselves The “Beetles”. When the Allan Williams became their manager.They modified their name to the “Silver Beatles.”