A garden to honour George Harrison has opened in Hertfordshire, England.
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A blue plaque in honour of John Lennon and George Harrison has been unveiled at the site of the former Apple Boutique clothing store at 94 Baker Street, London.
Stella McCartney has designed Beatles-themed t-shirts for Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day 2013.
A previously-unheard demo recording by Paul McCartney of his 1964 song World Without Love has been given its first public airing.
Sir Paul McCartney played his first ever concert in Edmonton, Canada, as part of his On The Run tour.
Sir Paul McCartney is among celebrities donating items to help raise funds for male cancer awareness charity Cahonas Scotland.
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A 1964 Aston Martin DB5 formerly owned by Sir Paul McCartney has sold at auction for £307,500.
The trademark for The Beatles’ Apple Corps logo is now owned by technology company Apple Inc, according to a noticed posted by the Canadian Intellectual Property Office.
More than 1,600 Beatles fans have broken the world record for singing in a round, by performing The Beatles’ 1962 hit Love Me Do in Liverpool to mark the 50th anniversary of the song’s release.
Sir Paul McCartney has been given France’s highest public award, the Légion d’honneur (Legion of Honour), for services to music.
The Beatles have been announced as the biggest selling singles act, in a poll to coincide with HM The Queen’s diamond jubilee celebrations.
The birthplace of Ringo Starr is to be saved from demolition following a £2m government grant.
Air accident investigators have launched a “serious incident” probe after a chartered helicopter hired by Sir Paul McCartney and his wife Nancy Shevell narrowly avoided a potentially fatal crash.
The childhood homes of John Lennon and Paul McCartney have been given Grade II listed status by English Heritage.
Sir Paul McCartney is to headline a concert featuring stars performing outside Buckingham Palace for Queen Elizabeth II’s diamond jubilee.
Guests at London’s Savoy Hotel and other luxury hotels will be able to visit and record in Abbey Road Studios‘ famous Studio Two, where The Beatles recorded the bulk of their songs.
The US publishing rights for six of The Beatles’ early songs have changed hands for the first time since the 1960s.
A Canadian dentist has bought one of John Lennon‘s molar teeth for £19,500 ($31,300) at an auction in Stockport, England.
Sir Paul McCartney has commissioned experts from Steinway & Sons to restore the 1877 grand piano at the Motown museum in Detroit, Michigan.