The Beatles’ manager Brian Epstein has been honoured by a plaque in London.
Geoff Baker, former press officer for Apple Corps and Paul McCartney, is to write a history of The Beatles’ fans in their own words.
Technology corporation Hewlett-Packard is to digitise and store the private collection of Sir Paul McCartney, it has been announced.
John Lennon‘s former home at 34 Montagu Square, London is to have an English Heritage blue plaque, it has been announced.
The Gibson Guitar Corporation is to release three new acoustic guitars to commemorate the 70th anniversary of John Lennon‘s birth.
Sir Paul McCartney‘s Grammy Award-winning 1973 album Band On The Run is to be reissued in November. The remastered recording will be issued in a range of formats, including a deluxe four-disc collection.
A note written by John Lennon on the day he died has gone on sale for $154,000.
Yoko Ono has opened an art installation at Berlin’s Haunch Of Venison gallery in which one of the exhibits is a large pane of glass with a bullet hole.
Mark David Chapman, who on 8 December 1980 shot and killed John Lennon, has been denied parole for the sixth time.
A club where Ringo Starr performed one of his first concerts with The Beatles has burnt down.
Yoko Ono visited John Lennon‘s childhood home and school during a tour of Liverpool.