"John, Paul, George & Ringo" minutely traces the meteoric rise of the Beatles from 1960 to 1970, with detailed timelines of their day-to-day activities, fascinating photographs (many exceedingly rare), penetrating biographies of everyone associated with the spread of Beatlemania, and contemporary excerpts from London's influential "Daily Mail." This exhaustive record, which closely follows the four young lads as they rose from Liverpool obscurity to become universally acknowledged titans of pop music, is the most comprehensive account of the history of the Beatles ever published.
Tim Hill is the bestselling author of more than twenty books about popular culture and sport. "John, Paul, George & Ringo" is his fifth book about the world's most famous band. His first book about the band, "The Beatles: Unseen Archives," has become a worldwide bestseller since its publication in 2000. Born in Birmingham, England, Hill, who now lives in Devon, is currently working on a book charting the history of pop and rock music through the 1960s.