Moody Blues Remember Sharing an Early Bill With the Beatles
A wise musician always pays attention to the other artists on the bill — you never know where you're going to hear them next, or when they might turn out to be the next biggest band in the world.
The Beatles’ ‘Yellow Submarine’ Film to Return to Theaters
A restored version of the Beatles' 1968 animated film will be screened in theaters this summer.
Beatles Arranger Wasn’t Paid Much for ‘The Long and Winding Road’
The man who arranged the orchestration for the Beatles’ final U.S. No.1 single said he wasn't paid much for his work.
Unseen Beatles Photos From First U.S. Tour Sell for $358,000
A collection of unseen photos of the Beatles from their first U.S. tour recently sold at an auction in England for more than $358,000.
Macaulay Culkin Lost Virginity Listening to Beatles’ White Album
For many people, the loss of one's virginity is a milestone that will always be remembered, right down to assorted details about whatever was going on in the vicinity during the act.
Julian Casablancas Doesn’t Like the Beatles, Is Confused by Pop Music
Julian Casablancas isn't likely to make a lot of friends with his latest interview, after calling his distaste for the Beatles an "advantage."
Comedian Ken Dodd, Who Once Called the Beatles Aliens, Dies at 90
The beloved British entertainer released 20 Top U.K. 40 hits throughout his career.
55 Years Ago: The Beatles Form Northern Songs, the Publishing Deal They Would Regret
By early 1963, the value of the songs written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney was obvious to Beatles manager Brian Epstein.