Here's another possible answer.Paul McCartney’s Pseudonym Inspired The Ramones Band Name
I'm seeing two different spellings all over the internet: The Silver Beatles, and the Silver Beetles.
From May 20 to May 28, 1960, The Silver Beetles (as they were called at the time) toured Scotland, backing a young musician named Johnny Gentle. As part of this tour, the whole band decided to give themselves pseudonyms. Paul McCartney recalls:
“Now we were truly professional, we could do something we had been toying with for a long time, which was to change our names to real showbiz names. I became Paul Ramon, which I thought was suitably exotic. I remember the Scottish girls saying, ‘Is that his real name? That’s great.’ It’s French, Ramon. Ra-mon, that’s how you pronounce it. Stuart became Stuart de Stael after the painter. George became Carl Harrison after Carl Perkins (our big idol, who had written Blue Suede Shoes). John was Long John. People have since said, ‘Ah, John didn’t change his name, that was very suave.’ Let me tell you: he was Long John. There was none of that ‘he didn’t change his name’: we all changed our names.”
This is one of the only Beatle autographs in which they signed their short-lived stage names Paul Ramon, Carl Harrison and Johnny Lennon.
I just opened a new thread here:viewtopic.php?f=17&t=227
about all the different autographs of the Beatles throughout the years. Their handwriting did change many times.
Here are two other examples for Paul:
What you might find on a “general” search for just two signatures:Autograph at the Cavern Club 19621962