We All Have One...Who's Your Favorite Member of the 'Beatles'? Vote!

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The 'Beatles' were formed in Liverpool in 1960 and became arguably the biggest musical sensation to this day. Each member of the 'Beatles' had something unique and special to offer to the band. John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and George Harrison quickly became household names when the 'Beatles' rose to international fame.

The 'Beatles' took rock and roll to a whole new level and influenced the development of the counterculture in the 1960s. A ton of the band's music drew inspiration from many cultural sources, which helped spread their music and message.

Can you think of which 'Beatles' member is your all time favorite! Help us decide by voting now! Go ahead and see how your vote stacks up against others, too.

John Lennon

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John Lennon played a much bigger role than singer and song-writer of the 'Beatles'. Throughout his lifetime, he was a notorious artist, musician, poet, peace activist and philosopher. He co-founded the Beatles in 1960, but later pursued a solo career and started the 'Plastic Ono Band' with his second wife, Yoko Ono.

Paul McCartney

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Paul McCartney served the 'Beatles' as the lead vocals and bass guitarist. He is often considered one of the most successful composers and performers of all time. After the 'Beatles' disbanded, McCartney went on to pursue a solo career and formed the band 'Wings'.

Ringo Starr

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Ringo Starr is an English musician, singer, songwriter and actor whose biggest claim to fame is his role as the drummer for the 'Beatles'. Starr occasionally sang vocals and wrote songs for the group. Since the band broke up, he released a number of successful singles and played roles in documentaries and TV shows.

George Harrison

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Aside from his role as the lead guitarist of the 'Beatles', George Harrison is a singer-songwriter and music and film producer. He helped incorporate a lot of Indian instrumentation and Hindi-aligned spirituality through his work with the 'Beatles'. He is often referred to as "the quiet Beatle".