The Beatles were all born in Liverpool and have not only left behind a huge legacy, but some of the childhood homes where they grew up.
Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison and the band’s original drummer Pete Best signed the agreement on 24 January 1962, 14 months before they released their debut album, 'Please Please Me'.
In the 1966 British romantic comedy Alfie starring Michael Caine, it's Sonny Rollins's score that steals the leading role.
Mass-marketed music for the X Factor generation promoting attractive, clean-living male singers to teenagers looking for romance from their pop idols is not actually a new thing.
In celebration of its 50th anniversary, The Beatles' classic animated film 'Yellow Submarine' is returning to theaters across the US during 2018.
More than 350 unseen photos of The Beatles playing live on their first US tour, rare autographs and other memorabilia has raised £250,000 at a UK auction
Eddy Amoo, lead vocalist with 1970s British soul sensations The Real Thing died aged 74 on 23 February, the band have confirmed
A new exhibition to celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Beatles visit to Rishikesh, India is set to open at The Beatles Story in Liverpool
A new exhibition honouring the contribution of Brian Epstein, The Beatles manager, has opened at The Beatles Story museum in Liverpool
Roy Orbison's son Alex has secured the film rights to a book about Jimmie Nicol, the drummer who was a stand-in Beatle for 13 days.
The late artist created hand-painted artwork not only for the Beatles' live appearances, but those of other Merseybeat groups and for Liverpool's famed Cavern Club.
While music journalism can be biased, disposable or sink to self-indulgent waffle, it’s served as a fertile breeding ground for incisive, informed writers.
A 78 rpm Beatles disc featuring 'Till There Was You,' cut before their national breakthrough is to be sold at auction in March.
The original contract signed between The Beatles and Brian Epstein was sold at Sotheby’s Rock & Pop auction today (29) for £365,000 (about $553,000).
Mike McCartney, photographer, one-time pop star and brother of Paul, will stage a new exhibition, ‘Mike McCartney Luvs St George’s Hall,’ in Liverpool.