The Beatles sit atop the UK's all-time singles chart, on its 60th anniversary, followed by Queen, Abba, the Rolling Stones and Oasis.
John Lennon’s 1971 letter to Eric Clapton inviting him to form a band goes up for auction December 18th, and is expected to fetch $30,000 US.
Yoko Ono is among several famous folk backing the invention of a 16 yr.old London boy--an app to summarize news articles on the face of a mobile device.
Beatles manager Brian Epstein will be honored in his native Liverpool with a statue sculpted by the same artist responsible for the statue at Liverpool John Lennon International Airport.
A cassette tape that took the Beatles to the moon aboard Apollo 14--along with other classic 60's artists--goes up for auction later this month in a space and avitaion-themed auction.
Sir Paul McCartney tells Sir David Frost that Yoko Ono should not be blamed for breaking up the Beatles. In an hour-long interview airing in November, Paul tells Frost: "She certainly didn't break the group up…I don't think you can blame her for anything.”
John Lennon’s tooth is at the center of a necklace now—and a UK dental care center’s effort to fight mouth cancer.
The centre is the first in the UK to host Lennon's tooth, purchased at auction by a Canadian dentist who collects celebrity teeth, and placed like a gemstone in a necklace with a peace symbol.
The actor and author known to Beatles fans as the voice of John Lennon in "Yellow Submarine" has died. John Clive was 79.