The Beatles had barely any time to reflect on their history-making first journey to America before moving on to their next project.
As the Beatles were winding down their time together, there were still some songs that their U.S. label, Capitol, had never put on an album.
One of the perks of being a Beatle that the group had to get used to in the early days was getting to rub shoulders with the rich and famous.
Even though Lou Reed died in October 2013, the highly opinionated artist is still making waves with his comments.
The notion of artists taking their time in the studio has become so ingrained in the recording process that it's hard to believe that musicians used to bang out killer albums in a hurry.
On Feb. 11, 1964, only two days after their first appearance on 'The Ed Sullivan Show,' the Beatles made their U.S. concert debut in Washington, D.C.
More than 73 million Americans watched the Beatles’ debut performance on ‘The Ed Sullivan Show’ on Feb. 9, 1964.
The Beatles landed at Kennedy Airport on Feb. 7, 1964.
With their self-run company Apple Corps bleeding money, the Beatles looked for someone with experience in such matters.
A three-and-a-half-minute film of the Beatles in 1963 is up for sale.