The first ever record cut by The Beatles is heading to the auction block.
FOX's Michelle Pollino reports:
The 1962 record cut by The Beatles before the Liverpool band hit stardom is going on auction.
The record is believed to be the only one made and was given by the band's manager to producer George Martin, who eventually signed the group.
On one side the record is 'Hello Little Girl' and it reads it's by John Lennon and The Beatles on the flip side it reads 'Till There Was You' by Paul McCartney and The Beatles. It's expected to get at least $14,000 when it goes on auction March 22 at Omega Auctions in England.
The editor of Record Collector described it as the 'Holy Grail' item that helped start the ball rolling to The Beatles musical world domination.
Michelle Pollino, FOX News.