The legendary Beatles drummer will host the “Peace & Love” ceremony in front of the iconic Capitol Records building in Hollywood.
Yoko Ono is expressing her anger over alleged ISIS terrorist Mohammed Emwazi’s use of John Lennon’s name.
The guitar Lennon used to write such Beatles’ hits as “She Love You” and “I Want to Hold Your Hand” could be yours — for a hefty price, of course.
He performed the Beatles’ “Yesterday” for the doctors.
We all remember the British Invasion, but for one week in 1965 it almost became a full-scale occupation of the U.S.
The study analyzed 17,000 songs, and this was its finding.
The Beatles will be the subject of a new tribute album which features covers by Jack Bruce, Heart’s Ann Wilson, Todd Rundgren, KC of KC and the Sunshine Band and many more.
All eight Lennon solo albums will be collected in the set and feature original inserts, including posters and postcards.
Five of the strongest selections in this lengthy period of his discography, many of which included performances and songwriting credits from your purportedly favorites. Given this, besmirching Ringo’s legacy with a dismissive, lazy wave is to do so to each of The Beatles.
A California doctor is ready to pay for the return of his collection of classic rock albums, many of them signed by the artists themselves.
A new video allows a slew of artists to weigh in on the age-old debate over which Beatles’ songwriter was the best.
To paraphrase the Fab Four, it’s certainly a thrill.
A tragic story has produced a must-see video that will transform how you hear The Beatles’ iconic “Blackbird” forever.
In his forthcoming memoir, Glyn Johns recounts the time Bob Dylan told him he wanted to record an album with both bands.
Listen to The Pretenders’ Chrissie Hynde Cover the Beatles’ ‘Let It Be’ for Paul McCartney Tribute Album
The track is taken from upcoming release ‘The Art of McCartney,’ which will also feature contributions from Billy Joel, Cheap Trick, KISS, Willie Nelson and many more.
Most loved by Democrats? The Beatles. George Strait on the opposite end of the spectrum.