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The Lost Beatles Photos: Rare Shots From 1964-1966

Photos of the Fab Four by photographer Bob Bonis

Photograph by Bob Bonis © 2011 by 2269 Productions, Inc. / NotFadeAwayGallery.com

At Seattle Tacoma Airport, the Beatles boarded their chartered Americn Flyer Airlines Lockheed Electra plane bound for Vancouver, British Columbia, to give their first-ever Canadian concert, at the Empire Stadium, on August 22, 1964. It would be the fourth show on their first U.S. tour.

 

The Lost Beatles Photographs: The Bob Bonis Archive, 1964-1966 by Larry Marion  

Photograph by Bob Bonis © 2011 by 2269 Productions, Inc. / NotFadeAwayGallery.com

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Upon arriving in Los Angeles for their August 23, 1964 concert at the Hollywood Bowl the Beatles discovered their reservations at the Ambassador Hotel had been revoked due to the hotel's fear of a deluge of frenzied fans. British actor Reginald Owen offered to rent them his Bel Air mansion for four days before they headed off to their next concert at Red Rocks in Colorado.

 

The Lost Beatles Photographs: The Bob Bonis Archive, 1964-1966 by Larry Marion