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Andrew "Andy" White (27 July 1930 – 9 November 2015) was a Scottish drummer, primarily as a session musician. He was affectionately christened "the fifth Beatle" as he is best known for replacing Ringo Starr on drums on the Beatles' first single, "Love Me Do". White was featured on the American 7" single release of the song, which also appeared on the band's debut British album, Please Please Me. He also played on "P.S. I Love You", which was the B-side of "Love Me Do".

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  • Andrew "Andy" White (27 July 1930 – 9 November 2015) was a Scottish drummer, primarily as a session musician. He was affectionately christened "the fifth Beatle" as he is best known for replacing Ringo Starr on drums on the Beatles' first single, "Love Me Do". White was featured on the American 7" single release of the song, which also appeared on the band's debut British album, Please Please Me. He also played on "P.S. I Love You", which was the B-side of "Love Me Do". White played with other prominent musicians and groups both in the United Kingdom and the United States, including Chuck Berry, Billy Fury, Herman's Hermits and Tom Jones. AllMusic called White "one of the busier drummers in England from the late '50s through the mid-'70s".
  • Andy White (* 27. Juli 1930 in Glasgow, Schottland; † 9. November 2015 in Caldwell) war ein britischer Schlagzeuger.
  • Andy White (27 de julho de 1930 — 09 de novembro de 2015) foi um baterista escocês, que teve o raro privilégio de gravar ao lado dos quatro Beatles apesar de ter sido ainda antes do grupo ficar famoso. Ele substituiu Ringo Starr na sessão que gravou o primeiro single dos Beatles, "Love Me Do". Ele também participou da canção P.S. I Love You também dos Beatles. Andy White foi baterista de estúdio nos anos 50 e 60. Gravou com artistas tais como Billy Fury, Marlene Dietrich, Herman's Hermits e Tom Jones.
  • Andrew "Andy" White, właśc. Andrew McLuckie White (ur. 27 lipca 1930 w Stranraer, zm. 9 listopada 2015 w Caldwell) – szkocki perkusista, najlepiej znany z gry na pierwszym singlu zespołu The Beatles – „Love Me Do”. White był perkusistą studyjnym w latach ’50 i ’60 w Londynie, kiedy to nagrywał z takimi artystami jak Billy Fury, Marlene Dietrich, Herman's Hermits, Bert Weedon, czy Tom Jones. Był żonaty dwukrotnie – z Lyn Cornell, a później z Thea White. Mieszkał w New Jersey. Był perkusistą Pipe Band Highland, oraz jurorem w stowarzyszeniu orkiestr Eastern United States Pipe Band Association (EUSPBA). W przeszłości był instruktorem gry na perkusji w Nowym Jorku. Grał na basie na koncertach w zespole Roda Stewarda[potrzebny przypis]. Zmarł w konsekwencji wylewu krwi do mózgu.
  • Andy White (27 de julio de 1930 – 9 de noviembre de 2015) fue un baterista de estudio escocés de los años 50 y 60, conocido por haber tocado el primer single de Los Beatles, «Love Me Do» y su lado B, «P.S. I Love You», en lugar de Ringo Starr. Grabó además con artistas tales como Billy Fury, Marlene Dietrich, Herman's Hermits y Tom Jones.
  • Andy White Andrew « Andy » White, né le 27 juillet 1930 à Glasgow et mort le 9 novembre 2015 dans le New Jersey, est un batteur, musicien de studio britannique. Il a notamment joué à la place de Ringo Starr la partie de batterie de Love Me Do (le premier single des Beatles), dans l'enregistrement du 11 septembre 1962 présent sur l'album Please Please Me. Considéré par Allmusic comme « l'un des batteurs les plus occupés d'Angleterre entre la fin des années 1950 et le milieu des années 1970 », il a également travaillé avec Tom Jones, Chuck Berry, Billy Fury et Herman's Hermits.
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