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"The Night That Changed America: A GRAMMY Salute To The Beatles" - Fixed Show

Paul McCartney Sets Four U.S. Tour Dates With More to Follow

Pittsburgh, Albany, New Orleans and Louisville will be the first U.S. cities to see the ex-Beatle in 2014.


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John Lennon’s Drawings, Doodles and Short Stories Going Up For Auction

The collection also features a series of typed pages, which includes a page believed to be from Sept. 1962 that refers to the Beatles’ first single “Love Me Do.”


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Miley Cyrus is Recording a Beatles Cover With the Flaming Lips

Miley In The Sky With Diamonds.


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Behind the Song: Blake Shelton’s ‘Boys ‘Round Here’

“‘Boys Round Here’ pretty much represents who I am as a human being,” Shelton said of his ACM Award-nominated hit. Songwriter Dallas Davidson and producer Scott Hendricks offer details on the story behind the song.


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Sting, Lenny Kravitz & the Flaming Lips Pay Tribute to the Beatles on ‘Letterman’

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Beatles Ed Sullivan appearance, artists like Sting, Lenny Kravitz and the Flaming Lips are returning to the same stage to honor the Fab Four.


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As The Beatles Team Up with Vans, Official ‘Yellow Submarine’ Sneakers Coming Soon

The Beatles have been one of the most consistently merchandised bands in history, but rarely have the goods looked as fly as a new line of Vans inspired by Yellow Submarine.


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Bruce Springsteen Drops New Video for ‘Just Like Fire Would’

Mainly a performance video, you can spot Tom Morello on guitar several times throughout the Thom Zimny-directed clip.


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Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr to Perform at 2014 GRAMMY Awards

This is the first time the two have performed together since 2009 at a benefit for David Lynch.


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Music Movies Now Streaming: Green Day, Beatles & Paul Simon Documentaries

To save you the grunt work of tracking down concert films and docs amidst 12 seasons of Murder, She Wrote, here’s a look at the most noteworthy music-related titles newly available to stream.


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Listen to Beck Cover John Lennon’s ‘Love’

By Jeremy D. Larson Earlier this year, we brought to you the news that there would be a lovely compilation of cover songs available in February at Starbucks, along with Jim James covering Bob Marley’s […]


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Paul McCartney Attempts to Charm Putin into Releasing Greenpeace Prisoners

Paul McCartney is trying to charm Russian president Vladimir Putin into releasing imprisoned Greenpeace activists the best way he knows how: referencing The Beatles’ hit “Back in the U.S.S.R.”


The Beatles at the EMI studios in Abbey Road preparing for 'Our World', a live television show broadcasting to 24 countries worldwide in 1967. (BIPs/Getty Images)

Book Report: ‘Beatles Vs. Stones’ Through the Lens of ’60s Politics

Fans know the good boys vs. bad boys marketing mythology around the bands, but their identification with uplifting vs. violent aspects of radical youth culture in the late ’60s is often forgotten.


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What Have You Done For Us Lately, Paul McCartney?

In with the ‘New’ (as in, his new album out today) is Macca’s philosophy right now, but we’re taking a look backwards to the not-so-distant past.


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Watch Paul McCartney Preview ‘New’ Album on ‘Fallon’

“I was a little bit worried that you’d have so many different styles but then I thought back to a lot of Beatles albums where there’s crazy variety, so I thought, ‘Well, that’s okay,’” he said of his new album.


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The Beatles Announce New Album ‘On Air – Live at the BBC Volume 2′

Two CDs worth of unheard archived material not found on the acclaimed 1994 release Live At The BBC. For Vol 2’s, the anthology contains 63 tracks total, including 37 previously unreleased performances and 23 previously unreleased recordings.


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Paul McCartney Offers To Play Candlestick Park’s Final Show Before Its Demolition

In 1966, The Beatles played their final show at Candlestick Park in San Francisco. Now Paul McCartney is offering to return the favor by headlining the stadium’s final show before it gets knocked down in 2014.