On August 26, 1968, Apple Records launched with four singles, including tracks by The Beatles, Mary Hopkin, Jackie Lomax and Black Dyke Mills Band.
Leslie Cavendish had his book The Cutting Edge: The Story of the Beatles' Hairdresser Who Defined an Era published by Alma Books in August 2017.
Jessica Lee Morgan, the daughter of Mary Hopkin and Tony Visconti, will release her second studio album, Around The Block, on 16 June, 2017.
British singer-songwriter Peter Skellern, of 'You're A Lady' fame, died on 17 February, 2017, a month short of his 70th birthday.
Yanni 'John' Alexis Mardas, the Beatles' one-time Apple Records employee known as Magic Alex, died on 13 January 2017 in Athens at the age of 74.
On 9 January, 1970, in the week that their single 'Come and Get It' made its UK chart debut, Badfinger's debut album Magic Christian Music was released.
The Apple Records label, renowned for its eclecticism, produced several household names - Mary Hopkin, Billy Preston, James Taylor and John Tavener.
As James Taylor tops the US chart with 'Before This World,' he has been reminiscing about his days in London, when The Beatles signed him to Apple.
The George Harrison collection ‘The Apple Years 1968-1975' will make its global debut in high definition digital audio from Monday (November 24).
The first six solo albums in George Harrison’s distinguished catalogue will be re-released later this month as ‘George Harrison: The Apple Years 1968-1975.'
Released 43 years ago, 'Back Seat Of My Car,' the Paul song spurned by Beatles and then by singles buyers.