10 Heartbreaking Things You Didn't Know About The Beatles' Final Performance
By Sarah Norman | August 10, 2023
Eric Clapton almost joined the band at this point
Prepare to have your emotions stirred as we venture into the bittersweet and poignant details of The Beatles' final performance on that fateful day, January 30, 1969. Unearth the lesser-known heart-wrenching moments and hidden struggles that played out behind the scenes during this legendary performance, only three months after the release of their iconic White Album. Join us as we delve into the raw, intimate, and heartbreaking aspects of that historic day, shedding new light on the end of an era and the profound impact it had on the world of music. Get ready to discover a side of The Beatles' final moments that will forever change the way you see their legendary journey.
After Harrison quit, John Lennon tossed around the idea of replacing the guitarist with Eric Clapton, but a few days later the band managed to get back together and reach and agreement. Harrison said he would rejoin the band if the group stopped talking about a live show and stopped working at Twickenham.
Everyone was on edge during rehearsals
During rehearsals, McCartney was pushy, which is putting it politely. George Harrison hated working with McCartney because he didn’t have any say in the parts he played. According to Harrison, he was told what to play, when to play it, and at what tempo. The same went for Starr. Even Lennon, who had his own songs, was tired of working things out with the bassist.