Sir Paul McCartney is to perform at a fundraising night for the Old Vic Theatre Trust on 1 July 2010.
Sir Paul McCartney will be awarded the third Gershwin Prize at the White House, in a concert hosted by President Barack Obama and the First Lady Michelle Obama on …
A monument honouring John Lennon is to be unveiled in Liverpool in October 2010.
John Lennon’s life and legacy are to be celebrated in a two-month series of cultural events in the city of Liverpool.
EMI has released a statement announcing it has no intentions to sell Abbey Road Studios.
The National Trust is considering launching a campaign to buy Abbey Road Studios, which EMI is reported to be planning to sell.
Sir Paul McCartney has expressed hope that Abbey Road Studios can be saved, after reports that EMI has put the iconic building up for sale.
Pope Benedict XVI’s top rock album is The Beatles’ Revolver, according to the Vatican’s official newspaper.
Apple Corps and Apple Inc have joined forces to release a new iTunes store app containing lyrics and guitar chords for more than 160 Beatles songs.
The cast for the stage adaptation of the Beatles film Backbeat has been announced.
Sir Paul McCartney has suggested that he would like to play a residency at the O2 Arena in London.
Sir Paul McCartney has described the chart battle between US rock band Rage Against The Machine and the 2009 X Factor winner Joe McElderry as “funny”.
Rubber Soul is to be made available as downloadable content for The Beatles: Rock Band next week, it has been announced.
Two web sites which sold songs by The Beatles for 25 cents each should remain indefinitely shut down, according to a Los Angeles federal judge.
EMI is suing an online music site, BlueBeat.com, for selling mp3s of The Beatles’ songs without permission.
Liverpool councillors are to discuss creating a Beatles trail of some of the best-known locations connected to the group.
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 …
Forty-three years after John Lennon sensationally claimed that The Beatles were ‘more popular than Jesus’, it finally came to pass.
‘She Loves You’, The Beatles’ second number one hit, has topped a chart of the group’s biggest selling songs in the United Kingdom.
Hundreds of Beatles fans gathered at the famous Abbey Road zebra crossing to commemorate 40 years since The Beatles were photographed crossing it.