Updated 'Sgt. Pepper's' Cover Features Artists Lost in 2017Tom Petty, Chuck Berry, Chris Cornell and Glen Campbell are among the featured artists.
Deed To Eleanor Rigby’s Grave Hits Auction BlockFile this under next-level Beatlemania: A deed to the gravesite of Eleanor Rigby will hit the auction block next month.
Ringo Starr Confirms The Beatles are Bigger than Justin BieberNot wanting to hurt any feelings, Starr quickly followed up saying, "but we love Justin."
McCartney Files Suit Against Sony/ATV Over Beatles CopywrightPaul McCartney says he wants his music to get back to where it once belonged.
John Lennon’s ‘Imagine’ Inspires New Picture BookJohn Lennon’s iconic song “Imagine” has inspired a new picture book, which will be released next year and should enthrall fans both young and old.
John Lennon’s Angry Letter Fetches $30,000 At AuctionA scathing letter from John Lennon recently hit the auction block. The letter, believed to have been written in 1971, went for $30,000 to the highest bidder, according to Billboard.
The Beatles ‘Yellow Submarine’ Is The LEGO Set You NeedMake room on your desk, or your LEGO collection, for the latest must-have Beatles merch. The Yellow Submarine, along with John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr are about to be LEGO-ized.
Beatles’ Apple Corps Sued Over Concert Footage in ‘Eight Days A Week’One of the biggest selling points of catching Ron Howard’s Beatles documentary Eight Days A Week in theaters is the bonus footage that follows it.
The Beatles Refused To Play Segregated ClubsRon Howard directed the forthcoming documentary about the Beatles’ touring years, Eight Days A Week, and in going through archival footage he discovered an interesting point about the band: they refused to play in segregated clubs.
It’s Been 50 Years Since The Beatles Final ConcertToday marks 50 years since the Beatles’ final concert.
New Beatles Doc to Include Iconic Shea Stadium FootageFootage from the memorable August 15, 1965 date will be included in Ron Howard’s authorized documentary, The Beatles: Eight Days a Week—The Touring Years. The New York performance marked the tour’s first date, which took place about one year after the band’s appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show.
Lady Gaga Covers The Beatles, Neil Young at Invite-Only DNC ConcertLady Gaga performed an invite-only set for delegates by Lady Gaga.