The Beatles recorded their first #1 hit “Please Please Me” in a single session on this day in 1962. Here are some other interesting things you may know about the legendary single.
The Beatles made “Sgt. Pepper’s” partially as inspiration from the Beach Boys’ “Pet Sounds”. But in a little-known detail before now, they included a sound that only dogs can hear on one of the songs.
In honor of the 45th anniversary of “Hey Jude”, here’s a couple of photos of the an original draft of the lyrics for the Beatles classic. Paul McCartney scrawled the lyrics in a notebook with a red pen.
The Beatles’ “Hey Jude” reached #1 on the U.S. charts for the first time on this day 45 years ago. So we honor the song with its minor-key version, which sounds dark and disturbing…
Carter’s Catalog is back, and this time Carter Alan reflects on the Beatles’ incredible final LP “Abbey Road” on the 44th anniversary of its release. Amid a nasty breakup, the band shocked the world with a powerful, surprisingly cohesive closing bow.
Paul McCartney took over the streets of Hollywood last night with a performance that featured new tracks from his upcoming album ‘New’ and some from his old days.
Today in 1964, the Beatles played their now-infamous show in Cleveland where fans lost their minds to the point of requiring police intervention. Check out a photo of something we never thought we’d see: the Beatles getting booted off the stage.
The Beatles played the Boston Garden on this day in 1964, the only time they’d ever play the Garden together. Check out rare press conference footage from the day the band arrived in the city.
Lennon & McCartney may have written “I Wanna Be Your Man”, but it’s still a Rolling Stones hit. Here’s 3 tales that tell just how little John & Paul cared about the “throwaway” song that turned out to be a big hit.
The Beatles played their final show in front of a paying audience at San Francisco’s Candlestick Park on this day in 1966.