They had two (or possibly three) names before they became the Beatles. Way before the Beatles were famous, they were teenagers playing in a band called The Quarrymen; this name came from a local high school the band members attended. (Note that the lineup of the Quarrymen was not the same as what ultimately became the Beatles, although it was started by John Lennon. Paul McCartney joined the band in 1957 and George Harrison in 1958. Ringo Starr was not a member of that band.) When the Quarrymen traveled to Germany, they added a new member (Stu Sutcliffe) and changed to the Silver Beetles, although some sources say they were first called the Beatals. The spelling of Silver Beetles became Silver Beatles, and then finally, the band settled on The Beatles sometime in 1960.
They went through so many names, some for a single performance, that it's probably impossible to be certain exactly how many. But their major names were:
The Quarry Men
Johnny and the Moondogs
The Silver Beetles
The Silver Beatles
John Lennon formed a skiffle group, best known as "The Quarrymen" in 1957, which Paul McCartney and George Harrison later joined. In chronological order, the names that band went through were "The Black Jacks", "The Quarrymen", "Johnny and the Moondogs", "The Silver Beetles", "Long John and the Silver Beetles" and the "The Beatles".The QuarrymenI'm not sure of all of the names, so I can't tell you how many there were, however, some names included1 - The Quarrymen2 - The Beetles3 - The Silver Beetles4 - Johny and The moondogs5 - Long John and the Beetles6 - The Beatles.I think that's all, but I'm not entirely sure.The Quarrymen, The Beetles, The Silver Beetles, The Beatals, Johnny and the MoondogsThey were originally the QuarryMen (named for their school), then became Long John Silver and the Silver Beetles, then Silver Beatles, then the Beatles.
The Cavern Club is the Club that the Beatles played many times when they were first starting out in the early 1960's. The club was actually a small and dark and crowded little place, and The Beatles were the ones to make it famous. It is still in Liverpool today, but not the original location. That one was shut down and it was re-built in a different location.
i think you mean to ask-"How many ALBUMS did the beatles do ?". I think they recorded 12 official albums in all.
Paul and Ringo are left. Pete Best, who was fired just before they got big, is also still alive.
For most of their career there were four Beatles. Before their fame, they were a five piece with Stuart Sutcliffe playing bass and Pete Best on drums.
Mississippi became a territory in 1798 and probably became much more settled after that. Before this date the land that makes up Mississippi was inhabited by native people otherwise known as Indians and was settled for many hundred years before that.
There are 500,000 kinds of beatles.
As General-in-Chief of the Union armies, only two. At the outbreak of war, it was Winfield Scott - a fine soldier in his day, but far too old by then, and he had to retire in November 1861. Lincoln and his Secretary of War then fulfilled that role themselves until July 1862, when they appointed Henry Halleck, who was replaced by Grant in March 1864.
There were 4 Beatles members. Their names were Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr and John Lennon. Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr are still alive but George Harrison and John Lennon have unfortunately died.