The Beatle maniacs
Beatlemania originated during the 1960s to describe the extreme fan frenzy directed toward British Rock band The Beatles during the early years of their success.
Beatlemania was already happening when the band arrived at John.F. kennedy international airport in New York, but became common in the United States after The Beatles performed on "The Ed Sullivan Show". It was characterised by intense levels of hysteria and high-pitched screaming by female fans at concerts and during the band's travels.
The extent of Beatlemania in the United States is evidenced by their sales. During the 6½ years between the appearance of the "I Want to Hold your Hand", The Beatles had the Number One single in the US for a total of 59 weeks and topped the LP charts for 116 weeks. They had the top-selling single one out of every six weeks, and the top-selling album one out of every three weeks.