First manager of The Beatles Allan Williams (86) death
The first manager of The Beatles, Allan Williams, has died at the age of 86.
Williams took the group in 1960 to Hamburg for a gig, where the first years are often to be found. The manager and promoter was the owner of a club in Liverpool, that the news on Friday announced, according to The Guardian.
An exhibition in Liverpool, where The Beatles originated, says that Williams has a significant role in the success of the band. “His influence in the first years of The Beatles in Liverpool and in Hamburg, the group has formed into what we know today.”
Williams managed in the beginning of The Beatles and also the bookings of the group. In 2009, he said in an interview that he is one of the few in Liverpool trust in the group.