- in 1963 - "Cater Lewis and the Southerners" appeared as guest artists on the BCC radio show "Pop Go the Beatles". They didn't obtain much commercial success but are known for the stint "Jimmy Page" did with them before moving to the "Yardbirds" and then to "Led Zeppelin". Vocalists John Carter and Ken Lewis became the "Ivy League", got couple solo hits and provided backing on the Who's first single "I Can't Explain".
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When John Lennon divorced Julian's mother Cynthia, Paul McCartney composed a song to cheer the little boy up. Eventually the song Hey Jules evolved into Hey Jude.