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rock ’n’ popmuseum Memorabilia [2006.1152.1]

Musikervertrag "The Beatles"

Musikervertrag "The Beatles" (rock ’n’ popmuseum CC BY-NC-SA)


Fotokopie des Musikervertrags, den der Hamburger "Star Club" im Frühjahr 1962 mit der englischen Band "The Beatles" schloss. Unterschrieben ist der Vertrag von Horst Fascher, dem Mitbegründer und Geschäftsführer des Star Clubs, und Beatles-Manager Brian Epstein.

Die Beatles verpflichteten sich zu einem sechswöchigen Engagement im Star Club, ihre Gage betrug 2.000 D-Mark pro Woche.


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... Who: Zur Personenseite: Brian Epstein (1934-1967)
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... Who: Zur Personenseite: Horst Fascher (1936-)
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Die Beatles in WikipediaStar Club in WikipediaHorst Fascher in Wikipedia


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