John Lennon‘s widow Yoko Ono has been given a lifetime achievement award at the Mojo magazine awards in London.
Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr have appeared on stage for the first public viewing of Beatles Rock Band.
Sir Paul McCartneySir Paul McCartney is to be the first artist to perform at Citi Field, the New York Mets’ stadium in Flushing, NY, according to unconfirmed industry reports.
A museum dedicated to The Beatles opened today in Hamburg, Germany, 49 years after the group first performed in the city.
A special Beatles-themed edition of the board game Trivial Pursuit is to go on sale in August 2009.
Previously unseen lyrics written by George Harrison, written in early 1967, today went on permanent display at the British Library in London.
Bob Dylan has expressed an interest in collaborating with Sir Paul McCartney.
The tracklisting for George Harrison‘s solo retrospective collection has been announced. Let It Roll: Songs By George Harrison collates 19 tracks spanning the former Beatle’s solo career.
The Beatles’ digitally-remastered back catalogue is to be released worldwide on Wednesday 9 September 2009, the same day as The Beatles: Rock Band.
Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr performed together at a New York charity show on Saturday night.
George Harrison is to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame later this month.
Small businesses in Liverpool have called on tourism bosses to improve the struggling area of Penny Lane, made famous by The Beatles in 1967.
Ringo Starr is considering publishing a book of his photographs of The Beatles, according to reports.
Alan W Livingston, the president of Capitol Records who agreed to release The Beatles’ music in America in 1963, has died in Los Angeles at the age of 91.
Tickets for a one-off gig in Las Vegas by Sir Paul McCartney sold out seven seconds after going on sale, according to organisers.
More information on The Beatles: Rock Band have been announced by Apple Corps, including a release date of 9 September 2009 (it’s a shame they didn’t choose the one after 09/09).
Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr are to appear at a charity concert in New York City next month, in aid of the David Lynch Foundation.
Backbeat, the biopic of Stuart Sutcliffe‘s Hamburg relationship with Astrid Kirchherr, is to be turned into a musical.
A postgraduate masters course in The Beatles, Popular Music and Society is being launched by Liverpool Hope University.
A new exhibition featuring works by John Lennon is to open at The Dome in Edinburgh.