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The British Invasion: How 1960s beat groups conquered America

Currently on display in Liverpool, UK

  • Beatles Story

    Liverpool, UK

  • Oct 15, 2014 Through Dec 31, 2017

Liverpool’s famous Beatles Story has partnered with the GRAMMY Museum and debuted a new exhibition that arrived at its Pier Head venue.

The GRAMMY Museum exhibition - The British Invasion: How 1960s beat groups conquered America- features a selection of artifacts from musical influencers.

Key pieces of memorabilia that can be viewed within the exhibition include The Supremes' Dresses; James Brown’s Jumpsuit; BB King’s “Lucille” Gibson; The Beach Boys Handwritten “God Only Knows” Lyrics and Keith Moon’s drumkit.

Visitors can also enjoy a number of Interactive experiences including a map of Great Britain allowing you to explore musical roots across the country, a video history booth to record your own memories and an exclusive Ringo Starr Drum lesson where Ringo interacts via a TV screen and gives a step by step guide on how to play the drums.

The exhibition opened October 16, 2014 and will remain on display through September 2016.

For more information visit BeatlesStory.com

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Keith Moon's Drum Kit

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The Hollies

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The Supremes

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American Artist Influencers

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For more  information, visit Beatles Story.