Ringo Starr and wife Barbara Bach disregarded the cold and hit the Sundance Film Festival to catch the premiere of the film, Emanuel and the Truth about Fishes.
Current artists are taking up the challenge to re-record the Beatles' debut album--at the same breakneck pace in which the original was recorded. Musicians including the Stereophonics and Simply Red's Mick Hucknall will attempt to complete the project in the same space--Abbey Road Studios--the Beatles used in 1963.
Paul McCartney’s little-known stepmother, Angie, has written an autobiography, My Long & Winding Road. “We lived quite a quiet life, when I think about it,” says Angie, now 83.
Members of a Spanish orchestra created a flash mob in a Madrid unemployment office, siging a Beatles classic to cheer job seekers.
One by one, they stood up in a busy waiting room and began the Beatles' "Here Comes the Sun."
UK music fans say the Beatles and Queen are the artists of whom they are most proud—at 71% each.
Mersey Beat founder/editor Bill Harry says he’s revising his famous reference book, “The Beatles Encyclopedia”, first published in 1992, and revised in 2000. This third edition will be expanded to two volumes, of probably 900 pages each.
The man looking to erect a George Harrison statue in Henley-on-Thames, near the Harrison estate, is ending his campaign after hearing from Olivia Harrison that she would prefer a community project undertaken in George’s memory. 42-yr old James Lambert , who admitted the statue might attract “unwanted fans” to the town.
A new mash-up successfully combines Led Zeppelin's "Whole Lotta Love" with the Beatles' "Helter Skelter", in both audio and video form.
Have you ever wondered what Paul McCartney’s backstage requirements are like these days? In addition to banning leather, meat and meat byproudcts, Paul's backstage rider reportedly requires natural furntiure and a lot of flora...
Unpublished early color photographs of The Beatles' first U.S. tour will be sold at a U.K. auction.
The photos were taken during the rock band's 1964 visit to the U.S., when color film was expensive and most images of the group were in black and white.