Apple Corps and EMI Music have announced a limited edition USB drive containing The Beatles’ back catalogue.
EMI is suing an online music site, BlueBeat.com, for selling mp3s of The Beatles’ songs without permission.
The first trailer for the forthcoming John Lennon biopic Nowhere Boy has been released.
The official YouTube channel for Sir Paul McCartney has launched the video teaser for the forthcoming Good Evening New York City live CD/DVD.
A unique pressing of Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band made for Capitol Records employees has been discovered by an American record collector.
Sir Paul McCartney has announced a European tour, including his only UK date in 2009.
Liverpool councillors are to discuss creating a Beatles trail of some of the best-known locations connected to the group.
Following its success in the United States, Box Of Vision, the deluxe companion to The Beatles’ remastered back catalogue, is to be released in the UK and Europe in time for Christmas.
Yoko Ono travelled to Iceland for the annual lighting of the Imagine Peace Tower on 9 October 2009, which would have been John Lennon’s 69th birthday. At 10.30pm that evening, Reykjavik time, she also unveiled a new Imagine Peace Tower in the online virtual world Second Life.
The Beatles’ first feature film, 1964′s A Hard Day’s Night, is to be released on Blu-ray Disc in October, according to web retailer Amazon.
Good Evening New York City, featuring live recordings from Sir Paul McCartney‘s three nights of concerts at New York’s Citi Field in July 2009, are to be released in November.
Lucy Vodden, who helped inspire The Beatles’ song Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds, has died at the age of 46.
An essay written by Sir Paul McCartney as a 10-year-old has been discovered in Liverpool’s Central Library after more than 50 years.
George Harrison‘s widow Olivia has won a legal battle to replace a razor wire security fence around her home, despite objections from neighbours.
EMI have announced record sales following the release of the remastered Beatles CDs on 9 September 2009.
Forty-three years after John Lennon sensationally claimed that The Beatles were ‘more popular than Jesus‘, it finally came to pass.
The Beatles’ remastered back catalogue has finally been released in mono and stereo by EMI and Apple Corps.
She Loves You, The Beatles’ second number one hit, has topped a chart of the group’s biggest selling songs in the United Kingdom.
BBC Radio 2 held a series of special Beatles programmes over the late August bank holiday weekend, with new shows and archive material – including the previously lost master tape of The Lennon And McCartney Songbook from 1966.
On 19 August 2009 Sir Paul McCartney played a concert at the Cowboys Stadium in Dallas, TX.