The group's first album on Capitol Records was released on Jan. 20, 1964.
The Beatles' 'White Album' was played in court during the trial of Charles Manson on Jan. 19, 1971.
Pete Best, one of the biggest “I could have been a contender” stories in rock history, won a legal battle against the Beatles in a defamation lawsuit in January 1969.
You won't find anything truly shocking when you dive into the Beatles' arrest history.
The Beatles’ animated film ‘Yellow Submarine’ is widely heralded as a classic for its mixture of whimsy, subversive humor and psychedelic design.
The Beatles first American album was released on Jan. 10, 1964.
On Jan. 10, 1969, guitarist George Harrison abruptly quit the Beatles.
Ray McFall, who owned Liverpool’s Cavern Club during the period when the Beatles cut their teeth on its stage, has died at the age of 88.
Of all the strokes of good fortune that the Beatles had, perhaps none was as great as the day that their failed Decca audition tape wound up in the hands of producer Sir George Martin. So great was Martin’s contribution to their music that he is one of the few people who could truly lay claim to being called the Fifth Beatle.
As 1969 began, the Beatles were in a free fall.