Mobile Beatles pop-up shops will hit the streets of Los Angeles on Tuesday.
Paul McCartney became the final Beatle Thursday to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, two days after the release of his latest album, “Kisses On The Bottom.”
A contract for a 1965 Beatles concert that states the group will not perform before a segregated audience has sold for more than $23,000.
In 1964, an enterprising 18-year-old snapped pictures of the Beatles’ momentous first U.S. concert in Washington, D.C.
The act with the most songs on the Billboard Hot 100 chart isn’t the Beatles, Elvis or Michael Jackson. It’s the cast of “Glee.”
Apple says people snapped up more than 450,000 copies of Beatles albums plus two million individual songs during the Fab Four’s first week on sale through iTunes.
Beatles fans worldwide are coming together to celebrate John Lennon’s 70th birthday.
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