The city of Los Angeles will be treated to the first notes of The Beatles-based musical Backbeat in January, catching the tunes of the United States premiere of the show in its last stop before Broadway.
The show is an adaptation of the 1994 Universal Pictures film of the same name.
Before The Beatles became the Fab Four as fans know them today–John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr–the band had two other members.
One was the original bassist Stuart Sutcliffe, who played in the band for only a year before leaving to pursue a career is an artist.
According to Billboard, Sutcliffe is credited with coming up with The Beatles name with Lennon.