Let It Be is an unashamed Beatles singalong fest at The Savoy Theatre in London. There is no awkward delay while the audience warms up with this non-stop hit machine - from the first word of the first song, I Saw Her Standing There, everyone - regardless of age -
Jack Stokes, the brains behind The Beatles' animated films, has died at the age of 92.
The animation mogul passed away on 20 March (13). No further details about his death were available as Wenn went to press.
FORMER Beatles producer George Martin brought a touch of rock 'n' roll to the Leith Hill Music Festival on Thursday evening.
Sometimes referred to as the 'fifth Beatle', Martin attended the first night of the festival at Dorking Halls to see his own Mission Chorales piece being performed.
A grey coloured suit, worn by the famous Beatles member John Lennon in the British black-and-white comedy film ‘A Hard Day’s Night’, has gone under the hammer at the Saráchaga auction house, located in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
They had a famously stormy relationship but what if John and Paul had never even made it to their first No 1 together?
That’s the premise for a new short film which imagines what might have happened if John Lennon had quit The Beatles before they hit the big time in 1962.
Paul McCartney's son talks about family traditions at Coachella
James McCartney is a man of many family traditions. He is serious about his music and photography, and yesterday in the Southern California desert, he carried on a new one: playing at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, where his father, Beatle Paul McCartney, famously played an emotional headlining set in 2009.
They're the last two remaining members of the world's most famous band.
And Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr enjoyed something of a Beatles reunion on Wednesday night as they headed out for dinner together at Cecconi's in Los Angeles.
Yoko Ono isn't the only one still trying togive peace a chance. Like John Lennon's widow, Paul McCartney has taken a stand in favor of stiffening gun laws in the United States. The Beatles great did his part recently by recording a message for Voices Against Violence
Paul McCartney and John Lennon were all very well and good, but Georgie was better. Ringo was a helluva nice guy, but the Quiet One was better. How so? Well, his Beatles works were better than all the others. Far superior, and that's the fact of the matter.
The self-appointed top dogs suppressed him all they could, only giving the poor Mr Harrison one song to their five.