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"What is the story behind the colorized photo of John Lennon and the Quarrymen on July 6th?"

The famous meeting between John Lennon and Paul McCartney took place on July 6, 1957, at St.

Peter's Church in Woolton, Liverpool.

John Lennon's band, The Quarrymen, was performing at a garden fete when the soon-to-be Beatles' legend was introduced.

The Quarrymen played a mix of songs, including those originally performed by Elvis Presley.

Original audio recordings and videos of The Quarrymen's performance on July 6, 1957, are available on YouTube.

The band consisted of several members that day, including Rod Davis, who later provided a family photograph taken a few hours before the more popular photograph by Geoff Rhind.

Rod Davis' father took the first photograph while the band was on a parade around the village of Woolton.

The Quarrymen played at the front of the parade, with a marching band leading and the group at the back.

A mutual friend, Ivan Vaughan, introduced John Lennon and Paul McCartney at the church fete.

The meeting between Lennon and McCartney marked the beginning of the Beatles' story.

The song "In Spite of All the Danger" was recorded by the Quarrymen, featuring John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, John Lowe, and Colin Hanton.

McCartney wrote "In Spite of All the Danger," and Harrison played the guitar solo, with credits shared between McCartney and Harrison.

The Quarrymen paraded around the village of Woolton before Lennon and McCartney's meeting.

The Parish Church of Woolton and St.

Peter's Church are both significant landmarks in the early Beatles history.

John Lennon's skiffle group, The Quarrymen, evolved from a school band into a professional ensemble following the meeting of Lennon and McCartney.

The friendship and creative partnership between John Lennon and Paul McCartney transformed popular music history.

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