'Happy Xmas (War Is Over)' became a cast-iron Yuletide favourite, but its original UK peak was No.4.
Ron Howard's Beatles film seeks Candlestick memories before McCartney show.
Brian Epstein play has London press night at the Leicester Square Theatre.
Ron Howard will direct a documentary about the Beatles' days as a live group, in what will be the 1st theatrical film centred on the group since Let It Be.
Producer Joe Boyd will discuss 2 of the classic folk-rock albums he produced, when the Classic Album Sundays listening series takes place at Camp Bestival
Ringo Starr has commented on a “mystery” 30-second song that has had Beatles fans in a spin of late.
Sir Paul McCartney was back in live action last night, resuming his ‘Out There’ tour of America after being hospitalised with a virus in Tokyo in May.
After their headliner at the Download Festival, Aerosmith topped the Saturday night bill at the Calling Festival on Clapham Common in south London.
'At that time no one had heard of The Beatles here, but I knew they were great writers so I just picked up on one of their songs.' Del Shannon
The bands that recorded at Olympic Studios reads like a who’s who of popular music - The Beatles, Stones, Zeppelin, Queen, The Who, U2 - all worked there.
On the 9 May, the Beatles incredible run of chart-topping singles came to an end, and the man to replace them was none other than Satchmo, Louis Armstrong.
The 21 original songs on the twelve British albums that were not composed or written by any of the Beatles' members themselves.
Shortly before 10 a.m. on Monday 11th February the Beatles arrived at Abbey Road Studios in London to begin work on their first long-playing record.
Strawberry Field, not fields as the song says, was a Salvation Army children’s home in Woolton, Liverpool, just around the corner from John Lennon’s home.
Most people will not view 1973 as a vintage year in music, yet there was an astounding number of releases that ensure it was a year well worth remembering.