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I received the text about Dick Rowe, the man that said to Beatles:

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On January 1, 1962, Dick Rowe ceased to be Dick Rowe and famously became "the man who passed on the Beatles." Rowe, who was an executive at Decca, had arranged an audition for the Beatles as a favor for their manager, Brian Epstein, whose family owned various record stores and was a frequent customer of Decca. However, after hearing the audition tape, he turned them down under the pretense that guitar bands were "on the way out."

        It wasn't until later, as a judge for a "Beat Group" talent show, that Rowe found himself side-by-side with "the one he let get away." Now famous throughout the UK, Beatles guitarist George Harrison was also serving as a Beat Group judge. After apologizing for making such a huge mistake, Rowe now asked Harrison for advice. He was particularly interested in which bands the Beatles thought were "up and coming." And being gracious, Harrison suggested that Rowe might want to check out his friends, The Rolling Stones, down at the Crawdaddy Club in London.

        Now as Harrison liked to tell the story, his conversation with Rowe was interrupted by another person, and when he turned back around, Rowe was gone, leaving a spinning chair behind him. As fate would have it, Rowe did not miss this opportunity. Within a week of seeing The Rolling Stones play, he convinced the band to sign.

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