Rare Beatles Recording Found In Desk Drawer After 50 YearsFor the better half of a century, a forgotten recording of arguably the world's biggest band sat in darkness, undisturbed. Until this year.
Beatles' First Management Contract Sells for £365,000 at AuctionThe contract was signed by all four Beatles, as well as their manager Brian Epstein. That figure translates to $553,121.
Paul McCartney Deems Competition With John Lennon 'Necessary'"I love the idea of forcing him up off his arse," McCartney said of Lennon.
'The Beatles 1' will be Reissued as Deluxe EditionRemixed audio and promotional videos are just two of the goodies involved.
Ringo Starr to Auction Over 800 Beatles Items“It’s really a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Ringo will never do this again. They are the only items he’s letting go,” said auctioneer Darren Julien.
Man Who Declared Paul As "Dead" Was Kidding, GuysDid you know that Fred LaBour was actually making fun of the "Paul is dead" conspiracy when he perpetuated the rumor in his review for "Abbey Road"?
Ringo Answers Infamous Icebreaker, "The Beatles Or The Rolling Stones"?Of course, Ringo picked The Beatles. But he also clarified that the feud between the two groups was completely fabricated. Oh, and he's a Miley Cyrus fan. Who knew?
Beatlemania Returns Thanks to Canadian Copyright LawThe Beatles' songs "Love Me Do" and "Can't Buy Me Love" are now public domain north of the border.
Paul McCartney Feared For His Life After John Lennon's DeathPaul McCartney thought he was going to die when he saw a man with an assault rifle on his lawn.
David Gilmour Covered The Beatles for MOJO And Finally Agreed To Release ItDavid Gilmour recorded a cover of the Beatles' 'Here, There, and Everywhere' for MOJO Magazine. Two years later, he agreed to release it as part of an exclusive CD celebrating his career.
The Beatles' First Contract Can Be Yours for $150K, and Other Items in New AuctionPer the contract, they earned $80 to record "My Bonnie."
Watch The Beatles' Final Performance On Ed SullivanRelive the Beatles' final appearance on the Ed Sullivan show from August 14th of 1963.