THE BEATLE INVATION BEGAN ON THIS DAY IN 1964

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The Beatles were greeted by the deafening roar of thousands of screaming fans when they arrived in the United States for the
very first time on this day in history, Feb. 7, 1964. 

Pan Am Flight 101, a Boeing 707, touched down with John, Paul,
George and Ringo, the Fab Four still known globally by their
first names, at the recently renamed John F. Kennedy International Airport
in New York City at 1:20 p.m. ET.

"When the Beatles arrived in America, it was like seeing a new
color for the first time," a fan said years later.
 

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