Signiertes Albumblatt der vier Bandmitglieder der Beatles.
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The signatures of the four band members in large lettering an album sheet (4to). With a portrait of the Beatles from 1964 which was glued on afterwards. Paul McCartney added the band name „The Beatles“ to his name. The signatures were collected on the first date of The Beatles’ residency at the Olympia Theatre, on Paris’ Boulevard des Capucines.
The autograph was given to Bende Larsson, who was a member of the Swedish artistic group „Trio Höganäs“ (1956-1975) who had performances on some of the nights The Beatles played. Very rare and of impressive quality. - On the back there is the autograph and dedication of Trini Lopez to Bende Larsson "To Bende | you are beautiful and very talented". The Beatles performed two shows at the Paris Olympia on this day, topping a bill that also featured Trini Lopez and Sylvie Vartan.
The Beatles’ residency at the Olympia Theatre began on 16 January 1964 and ended on 4 February. On 16 January The Beatles firstly performed a matinee show at the Olympia in front of an enthusiastic sell-out crowd. In the evening they performed before an older audience. The Olympia was an impressive music hall, with a guaranteed audience in evening dress eager to experience the best entertainment Paris had to offer. The Beatles were playing two and sometimes three sets each day. They performed a set containing eight songs: ‘From Me To You’, ‘Roll Over Beethoven’, ‘She Loves You’, ‘This Boy’, ‘Boys’, ‘I Want To Hold Your Hand’, ‘Twist And Shout’ and ‘Long Tall Sally’.