The Beatles made history. John, Paul, George, and Ringo have sold more records than any other artist -- by a margin (estimates run toward 800 million albums and 1.6 billion singles). They altered the popular-music landscape, bringing rock almost to the level of "serious music." And the band changed the look of the culture (any long-haired man today owes the length of his locks to the Fab Four). But how many here at HTF actually have seen the band in person? I have. The 8:30 show at the Mid-South Coliseum in Memphis, Tennessee on August 19, 1966 (during the "We Are More Popular Than Jesus" tour). That show was sold out, though the earlier concert at 4 p.m. was not. Despite the band's own complaints about how "terrible" they sounded (because of the screaming audiences) that year, I thought The Beatles sounded great. Too, just seeing them in person was almost awe-inspiring. Amazing, amazing band. After The Beatles' August 29 show at Candlestick Park in San Francisco, it was too late. The Beatles only performed "Hey Jude" live during The David Frost Show in 1968, and put on that rooftop concert in London during the Get Back sessions in early 1969. Otherwise, you had no further chances to see them live. But I did! How many else here at Home Theater Forum have seen The Beatles in person?