By an overwhelming margin of nearly three to one, the Beatles have beaten the Doors to become the second inductees into the 100% fan-voted Ultimate Classic Rock Hall of Fame.
In their brief history together, no group single-handedly changed music — and the culture around them — as frequently or as much as the Beatles. To this day, they remain the most talked-about, written-about and influential rock band the world has ever seen.
The late Beatles star's 'Bag One' collection of lithographs will be shown Friday through Sunday at Westfield Century City mall.
The Beatles were getting very near the end when John Lennon, in league with his wife, Yoko Ono, turned his attention to climbing another creative ladder — this time as a visual artist.
Some Beatles are greater than others. And some Beatles solo albums rank right up there with the band’s best records. It should come as a surprise to no one that John Lennon and Paul McCartney made the best of them. And that George Harrison was responsible for one of the earliest solo classics.
A lot of tributes were made after the death of Jonathan Winters was announced Friday, but one person who was a huge fan of the comic was, according to , who confirmed in an email to Examiner Saturday that Lennon was thrilled when the two of them met.
EXTENSIVE repairs are to be carried out on a historic townhouse famous for hosting a doomed Beatles concert just prior to their rise to stardom.
The 280-year-old Dingwall complex with have its historic tower and town clock restored in the £90,000 work.
They’re one of the most documented bands ever, but once and a while we get to see them in a new light. Documentary filmmaker Leslie Woodhead uncovered these photos he took of the Fab Four back in 1964 when they were recording in Manchester.
On June 12, he takes center stage as the Grammy Museum launches 'Ringo: Peace & Love,' the first major exhibit focused on a drummer. Paul isn't the only Beatles alum still going strong. Ringo is keeping busy, too.
The drummer brings his All Starr band with him on a Latin American tour, kicking off on Oct. 29 in Sao Paolo, Brazi.
LIVERPOOL Echo readers have taken their cameras here, there and everywhere in response to our call for images inspired by Beatles songs.
Today we bring you the fifth and final instalment of the hundreds of photographs we have received in the weeks since launching our Beatles Songbook
Ringo Starr announced early Monday he is taking his current version of the All-Starr Band with whom he just wrapped up a tour in the Pacific Rim including dates in New Zealand, Australia and Japan on a new tour of Mexico and Latin America, plus two dates in the U.S., in October and November.