The Beatles: the Lost Concert features the group's first-ever concert in America, performed at the Washington Coliseum in Washington, D.C. Filmed in 1964 expressly for the big screen, concert footage was 'lost' and remained unseen in theaters for over 47 years. More than a concert film, Lost Concert tells the story of how The Beatles first came to the U.S., through original interviews, historical footage, unpublished photos and rare artifacts. The documentary features commentaries with celebrities such as Chuck Berry, Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, and The Strokes, as well as journalists, historians, and fans who attended the original 1964 concert. The Beatles is the most commercially successful and critically acclaimed group in the history of popular music, having sold over 1.3 billion discs and tapes.
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