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In 1960, Klaus Voormann met The Beatles, who at the time were completely unknown, in Hamburg, Germany, where he was an art student. Three years later, when Klaus moved to London and lived with George Harrison and Ringo Starr in their apartment, The Beatles had become the embodiment of a new youth culture. In 1965, Voormann was asked by John Lennon to create the album cover for their latest album. The piece of cover art for “Revolver”, earned Klaus a Grammy Award. In 1969 he became the bassist for John Lennon‘s Plastic Ono Band. Klaus Voormann was on the frontlines of the pop era‘s meteoric rise and played on all the Beatles’ solo albums.