‘It Was Rock ‘N’ Roll’

In the 1960s, The Ronettes and The Beatles had been pals. How could they not be? They were two of the decade’s best rock ‘n’ roll teams. As we look again at the legacy of The Ronettes’ Ronnie Spector, who died on Jan. 12, we cannot support but examine her and her lady group’s marriage with The Fab Four. They appeared up to The Beatles, who handled them like the superstars they were.

The Ronettes and The Beatles | Hulton Deutsch/Mirrorpix/Getty Images

The Ronettes achieved The Beatles when they toured the U.K. in 1964

For the duration of a 2016 job interview with Rolling Stone, Spector revealed that The Beatles and other British bands, like The Rolling Stones, welcomed The Ronettes when they toured the U.K. in Jan. 1964. This was in advance of The Beatles broke The united states and after The Ronettes produced their strike “Be My Infant.” The Rolling Stones opened for the female team on that tour too.

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