The Beatles were a legendary rock band, and one of the most influential acts of the 20th century. Formed in Liverpool, England in 1960, the band – consisting of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr – went on to become the most successful act in the history of popular music, selling more than 600 million records worldwide. Their catalogue includes some of the most acclaimed and beloved songs of all time, including “Yesterday,” “Hey Jude,” and “Come Together.” Even today, their influence can be heard across numerous musical genres. So, get ready to test your knowledge of the Fab Four with our Beatles trivia template!
1) Who wrote the song "Help!"?
2) What is the title of the Beatles' first full-length feature film?
3) Which album is the song "Hey Jude" featured on?
4) What year did The Beatles first form?
5) What is the name of the first studio album released by The Beatles?
6) What color were the uniforms worn by The Beatles in their music videos?
7) What is the name of the famous rooftop concert The Beatles performed in 1969?
8) What was the title of the documentary film released in 1970 that featured The Beatles?
9) What year did The Beatles perform their last public concert?
10) Who wrote the song "Yesterday"?
11) What year was the song "Hey Jude" released?
12) What is the title of the song John Lennon wrote and credited to the pseudonym "Dr. Winston O'Boogie"?
13) What was the name of The Beatles' first record label?
14) How many members made up The Beatles' original lineup?
15) What year did the Beatles release their first single?
16) What is the title of the album containing the song "All You Need Is Love"?
17) What instrument was Ringo Starr known for playing in The Beatles?
18) What year was The Beatles' final album, "Let It Be", released?
19) What is the title of The Beatles' first hit single in the United States?
20) What was the name of the venue where The Beatles performed their first concert as a group?
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