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.
||Ringo Starr and the 2012 edition of the All-Starr Band will play two shows in New Zealand in February 2013--marking Ringo's first performances there since the Beatles' 1964 tour.|
|The release of "The John Lennon Letters", edited by official Beatles biographer Hunter Davies, is getting some flak from some who say it's a case of TMI. Music journalist Neil McCormick argues, "We've reached the bottom of the barrel. This is John Lennon's shopping lists."|
|(Reuters) - Pop star Lady Gaga was awarded a peace prize by Yoko Ono in a ceremony in Iceland on Tuesday. Peace activist Ono said the LennonOno Grant for Peace, established in the name of her late husband, former Beatle John Lennon, rewarded Lady Gaga for combining stardom with activism and changing "the mental map" of the world.|
The Beatles had no engagements today (John's 22nd Birthday) they stayed over in London, visiting freelance music journalists and the weekly pop/music papers to promote 'Love Me Do"
The Beatles lunchtime booking at the cavern club Oct 8th was canceled because they were headed for London for the Debut appearance on Radio Luxembourg: In the early 60s and the time a appearance on the influential Luxembourg station (which had a medium and shortwave service) beamed directly at Britain and aimed at the British Public;