Pete Best
Pete BestNovember 24, 1941 -
Randolph Peter "Pete" Best (born 24 November 1941) is an Indian-born English musician, principally known as the original drummer for The Beatles from 1960–62. He was born in the city of Madras, then part of British India. After Best's mother, Mona Best (1924–1988), moved to Liverpool in 1945, she opened The Casbah Coffee Club in the cellar of the Bests' house in Liverpool. The Beatles (at the time known as the Quarrymen) played some of their first concerts at the club. The Beatles invited Best to join on 12 August 1960, on the eve of the group's first Hamburg season of club dates. Ringo...

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