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Before Ringo Starr was …John Lennon
What led to Paul McCartney's announcement on April 10, 1970 that the band was breaking up
Sunday marked an anniversary most Beatles fans would rather forget: the day in 1970 when Paul McCartney announced to the world that the Beatles were essentially over. To promote his first solo album, McCartney, …John Lennon
The surprise hit helped kick-start Beatlemania
Exactly 50 years ago today, on October 5th, 1962, a new single titled "Love Me Do" hit record stores all over England. It was the debut 45 by the Beatles – though, at the time, that name didn't mean much to many English fans outside of Manchester and …John Lennon
Under a soon-to-be-revised law, copyright expires after 50 years
The Beatles first single, "Love Me Do," has entered the pubic domain in Europe, thanks to current copyright law in the European Union, Complete Music Update reports.
As the E.U. law currently stands, copyright for recorded music is set …
Hear an alternate take for 'Here Comes the Sun'
In this clip from Living in the Material World, Martin Scorsese's documentary about George Harrison, the late Beatle's son Dhani, along with George Martin and his son Giles, unearth a guitar solo that was recorded for "Here Comes the Sun" but was …John Lennon
The Fab Four enjoy a silly meal in new BBC documentary
Just when you thought you'd seen every video imaginable of the Beatles, the BBC's new Arena Hotel documentary series is offering up this clip of the Fab Four eating fish and chips in goofy style. It's from the new behind-the-scenes feature Magical …John Lennon
Collection documents the band's first U.S. tour
A collection of unpublished early color photographs of the Beatles are going up for auction in the U.K., the BBC reports.
The photos were taken in 1964 during the Beatles' first U.S. tour. They include stage shots of George Harrison with his red …John Lennon
Nine-hour discussion with 'Rolling Stone' took place three days before he died
On December 5, 1980, three days before he was murdered, John Lennon sat down with Rolling Stone's Jonathan Cott for a nine-hour interview. Select excerpts from the interview ran in Rolling Stone's tribute to John Lennon the …John Lennon
Groundbreaking contract could set precedent for other big-name bands
The deal that brought the Beatles' discography to the iTunes store may be one of the most lucrative and groundbreaking contracts in the history of digital music, according to Reuters.
Industry sources say iTunes is paying royalties …iTunes
Team of engineers took their time being 'fastidious'
The remastered Beatles catalog arrives on 180-gram vinyl in record stores tomorow (today in the U.K.). While engineers didn't have to spend as much time on them as they did on the remastered CDs, they ran into tricky problems that required weeks …John Lennon
Yoko Ono has sold the publishing rights to over 150 letters penned by the late Beatle
Yoko Ono has sold the rights to a collection of letters penned by John Lennon. Ono was persuaded to publish the letters by Hunter Davies, the Beatles' biographer.
Photos: John Lennon and Yoko Ono in New York: The …The Beatles
The former Beatle on his revitalized solo career
"Sometimes I can't believe that it's been twenty-two years since the boys were together," says Ringo Starr as he sits backstage at the Variety Arts Center, in Los Angeles, shooting the breeze with two members of the band Jellyfish as they wait to …Ringo Starr
Bob, George, John, Phil, Ringo and Johnny . . . oh my!
New York — Bob Dylan snuck into Columbia's Studio B in New York on May Day and recorded for 12 hours with George Harrison, lead guitarist for a reportedly defunct British rock and roll group, the Beatles.
Denials that the session took place were …Bob Dylan