Details of the much-anticipated 50th anniversary reissue of The Beatles' Abbey Road have been announced, following weeks of speculation.
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The Beatles have announced a new film collaboration with director Peter Jackson, focusing on the January 1969 sessions for Let It Be.
The Beatles are to reissue the White Album on 9 November 2018, with various new mixes and bonus tracks across a range of formats, including a super deluxe box …
John Lennon's classic second solo album, 1971's Imagine, is to be reissued on a range of formats include a super deluxe box set, as part of an extensive reissue …
The George Harrison estate has launched a new music label, HariSongs, to promote Indian classical music. The first two releases feature Harrison's friend, teacher and collaborator Ravi Shankar.
Four of Paul McCartney's post-Beatles albums are to be reissued on CD and vinyl on 18 May.
The Museum of Liverpool is to host an exhibition on John Lennon and Yoko Ono.
The Beatles' festive fan club recordings are to be reissued on coloured vinyl in a forthcoming box set, to be released on 15 December 2017.
Eight of Paul McCartney's post-Beatles albums are to be reissued on CD and vinyl on 17 November 2017.
The Beatles are to release a remixed edition of their bestselling 1 singles collection and restored versions of their promotional films.
All You Need Is Love is to be released as downloadable content for The Beatles: Rock Band on the PlayStation 3 and Nintendo Wii, Apple Corps Ltd, MTV Games …
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 …
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.
The following is the press release for The Beatles' single Real Love, issued by Apple Corps on this day. The single was released on 4 March 1996.
In answer to speculation resulting from Paul McCartney's questionnaire in which he effectively announced that The Beatles were no more, Apple issued a final press statement about the group.
With his debut solo album McCartney due for release on 17 April 1970, Paul McCartney chose not to do any promotional interviews. Instead, he asked Apple's Peter Brown to …