The Beatles’ 42nd evening show at the Cavern Club took place on this date. Also on the bill were The Mike Cotton Jazzmen. There was a short period at the Cavern where beat groups would be billed alongside jazz bands. It was a strange combination and it wasn’t clear for whom Ray McFall was catering. Ray would book the jazz bands, who would say it’s no use to be on such a bill. The jazz element became disenchanted with the Cavern and so the club turned completely to rock.Bob WoolerThe Cavern, Spencer LeighOverall this was The Beatles’ 114th appearance at the underground Mathew Street venue, including their more common lunchtime shows.The precise number of the group’s Cavern performances is not known, although they played at least 155 lunchtime and 125 evening shows between 9 February 1961 and 3 August 1963.Later in the evening The Beatles played at the Tower Ballroom in New Brighton. They headlined at short notice when Screaming Lord Sutch and his Savages failed to show up.