Died the first Manager of The Beatles

Died the first Manager of The Beatles© AP Photo

The first British Manager of the Beatles Allan Williams died Friday at the age of 86 years, reports television and radio Bi-bi-si.

«Today, our founder and the man who discovered the Beatles, died. Allan Williams, you will be missed,» he said Friday evening on his Twitter page club Jacaranda founded by Williams is.

Today our founder and the man who discovered the Beatles passed away at the age of 86

Allan Williams, you will be missed pic.twitter.com/Mh7sq5Er4q

— The Jacaranda (@jacarandalpool) 30 Dec 2016

Born in Bootle, Williams in 1957 opened a bar that became a popular place among young musicians, and in the period from the beginning of 1960 to 1961 he worked with the «fab four» performed on the stage of this club. Williams also organized the concerts not only in the UK but also abroad — in Hamburg, where the band gradually gained popularity.

In March 2016 at the 91st year died arranger and musician George Martin, who worked with many renowned artists, including The Beatles.

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