We're giving away the super deluxe edition of The Beatles’ ‘Let It Be’, an official t-shirt, plus solo releases from John, Paul, George, and Ringo.
The soundtrack of ‘Legend,’ starring Tom Hardy as both of the Kray twins, is full of legends itself, such as Clapton, Mayall, the Small Faces and many more.
Chris Cornell releases his fifth solo album ‘Higher Truth’ on September 18, and has unveiled the lead track from it, ‘Nearly Forgot My Broken Heart.’
Harry Pitch, the veteran British harmonica player who appeared on many pop hits and gave John Lennon advice for his playing on 'Love Me Do,' has died at 90.
The Apple Records label, renowned for its eclecticism, produced several household names - Mary Hopkin, Billy Preston, James Taylor and John Tavener.
34 years ago the George Harrison song ‘Teardrops' was released as a single from 'Somewhere In England,' and missed the charts in both the US and UK.
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.
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.
A newly-seen letter written by George Harrison in 1966 reveals that the Beatles planned to record ‘Revolver’ at Stax Studios with producer Jim Stewart.
A benefit event is taking place today (Saturday May 2) for one of the members of Motown’s great Funk Brothers house band, Eddie ‘Chank’ Willis.
Paul McCartney has broken the record for the longest gap between top ten appearances on the Billboard Hot 100, not including his work with the Beatles.
A launch took place at the Royal Albert Hall's Elgar Room last night to announce Lead Belly Fest for June, starring Van Morrison, Jools Holland et al.
46 years ago today, heads were looking five stories up the Apple building in London where a certain “impromptu” Beatles concert was taking place.
Paul McCartney’s single ‘Hope For The Future,’ which he wrote for the video game ‘Destiny,’ is now available in high quality 12-inch vinyl.
Ray McFall and Lance Percival, Beatles alumni who each had roles in their story in the 1960s, have passed away.
The death has been announced of Joe Cocker, one of the most distinctive British voices of his generation. Joe was 70, and died of an unspecified illness.