The mid-to-late '60s saw the Beatles morphing from mop-topped pop stars into Nehru jacket-wearing mystics -- a transformation that may have started on Aug. 28, 1964, when Bob Dylan introduced the Fab Four to the joys of smoking marijuana.
As with so many of their earlier photo shoots, the Beatles' final session tells you everything about where the band was in its evolution.
Most of the time when we’ve covered an anniversary about the Beatles, it’s been in celebration — the release of an album or other triumphant moments in their career.
We look at seven bands who were wrongly labeled - or more foolishly, called themselves - the next Beatles.
Mass murderer Charles Manson thought he heard secret messages in the Beatles' 'White Album.'
A stroll across the street near the Beatles' recording studio on Aug. 8, 1969 turned into the iconic cover for 'Abbey Road.'
Wayne Coyne reveals the artists who will appear on the Flaming Lips' remake of 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band' by the Beatles.
Director Ron Howard will make a new film focusing on the Beatles' touring years from 1960-66.
Ken Thorne, the Academy Award-winning film composer who worked with the Beatles and the Monkees, died on July 9.
The Beatles began recording 'Maxwell's Silver Hammer,' one of their least-beloved songs, on July 9, 1969.