|Dhani Harrison, the 33-year-old son of late Beatle George Harrison and George's second wife, Olivia, secretly tied the knot with Icelandic former model Sólveig Káradóttir over the weekend in his native Southern England.|
|The Beatles museum in Hamburg, Germany, is closing its doors at the end of the month amid a disappointing lack of day-trippers making visits, Britain’s NME Magazine is reporting.|
Despite boasting more than 1,000 pieces of rare memorabilia on display through its five stories, the Beatlemania museum drew only 150,000 visitors since it opened in May 2009, according to the report.
|The iconic Twickenham film studios, which made the Beatles films, Blade Runner and War Horse, has been saved from closure following a celebrity-backed campaign.|
Big names in the film industry such as Colin Firth, Steven Spielberg and Sir Paul McCartney signed a petition to save the studios which had gone into administration.
|On the evening of Wednesday, June 6, 1962, a white panel van pulled up outside 3 Abbey Road, London. Four young guys wearing black leather coats removed their guitars, drum kit and sound equipment from the van and entered the building, proceeding to Studio Three. They were the Beatles and they had an appointment with George Martin.|
|The revolution that would change music, fashion and youth culture forever started quietly enough in a London studio on June 6, 1962, when four young Liverpudlians performed Love Me Do. The ground-breaking songs that followed drove fans to hysteria and musical rivals to despair. Beatlemania had begun...|
|Sir Paul McCartney has confirmed he will end the opening ceremony of the London Olympic Games on July 27.
Speaking on BBC Radio 5 Live he said "I've been booked," and added that he would be "closing the opening".
|SIR Paul McCartney brought a star studded concert in tribute to the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee to a close last night.
The royals all stood as he started off with a Beatles favourite Magical Mystery Tour.
|Exec producer Ken Ehrlich gives details about the behind-the-scenes film that details the 48 hours before this year's Grammys, including Paul McCartney's performance revamps and Whitney Houston's death.|
|Sir Paul said he spent time on Kintyre, Scotland, to escape the 'hassles of the corporate world'|
Said he had the freedom to drink whenever he fancied it and he got 'fuzzy' making it difficult to write
He drank whisky in the evenings which was 'in large supply in Scotland'
Says he's quit smoking cannabis because of his daughter Beatrice
|Before The Beatles became the Fab Four as fans know them today–John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr–the band had two other members. One of these was Pete Best, the band’s original drummer who was a Beatle from 1960 until 1962, and the other was the original bassist Stuart Sutcliffe, who played in the band for only a year before leaving to pursue a career is an artist. Sutcliffe, and The Beatles’ early days, is the storyline on which Backbeat focuses.|