It was meant as a joke, but it turned into, arguably, the greatest missed opportunity in rock history.
The Flaming Lips will be playing songs from their tribute to the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band on Howard Stern's SirusXM Channel Howard 101 on Friday.
The quieter side of the Beatles' catalog is getting the all-star tribute treatment.
George Harrison and John Lennon got there first, releasing albums under their own names in 1968.
It's that time of year again -- when we sort through all of our receipts and forms and pay more than our fair share to Uncle Sam.
Paul McCartney announced that he was leaving the Beatles on April 10, 1970.
On April 4, 1964, the Beatles held the Top Five positions on the Billboard Hot 100.
And that was that. On April 2, 1970, Phil Spector put the final touches on the Beatles' Let It Be album, ending their time as a recording entity until the Anthology project in the mid-'90s.
The Beatles were broken up for a little more than three years when the 1962-1966 and 1967-1970 compilations were released in April 1973.
A drug-fueled recording session featuring John Lennon and Paul McCartney took place on March 28, 1974,