Throughout 2014, we've been celebrating the 50th anniversary of the groundbreaking year the Beatles had in 1964.
One of the great thrills of collecting music is getting a hold of some previously unreleased material by a favorite artist.
What if the Beatles, like ... weren't real, man?
When the Beatles' fourth album, 'Beatles for Sale,' was released on Dec. 4, 1964, it was their third LP in a little more than a year.
Many musicians – and music fans – consider themselves children of the Beatles and the band’s artistic legacy.
The list of 2014 Record Store Day Black Friday releases has just gotten a whole lot more impressive, as classic rock icons such as Judas Priest, the Beatles and Neil Young add exclusive vinyl sets to a list that already included David Bowie, Metallica and many more.
With little input from the Beatles other than the use of their music, ‘Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band on the Road: A Rock Spectacle’ debuted Off-Broadway at New York’s Beacon Theater on Nov. 17, 1974.
We admit that this is a tough one: a touching video that finds Chris Picco singing the Beatles' 'Blackbird' to his dying newborn son, not long after the child's mother had herself died following an emergency c-section.
Considering the individual influence that Bob Dylan, the Beatles and the Rolling Stones have had upon music, can you imagine the three of them collaborating on an album?