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‘A Hard Day’s Night’ in New York – 50 Years Ago The Beatles Conquered America

The Beatles Arrive in New York, February 7 1964

This weekend, NBC is gearing up to make a big deal of the 50th anniversary of The Beatles' debut on American television. And why not? America still loves The Beatles. Read More »

Yeah Yeah Yeah, ‘She Loves You’ Turns 50

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Fifty years ago on Friday, August 23, 1963 was the release of ‘She Loves You’, which cemented the Beatles' status as the undisputed high-kings of British culture. Read More »

The Rockets To Release Debut EP

Dublin rockabilly band The Rockets are set to record and release their debut EP. Read More »

‘Please Please Me’ Turns 50

Fifty years ago this week, the single which broke The Beatles was released. Read More »

Still Fresh And Original At 50! Happy Birthday, ‘Love Me Do’

Fifty years ago the music business and the aspirations and goals of musicians all over the world were altered forever. Read More »

The Beatles’ Many Drummers

How many drummers played with The Beatles? Read More »

The Passing of Victor Spinetti, Beatles Actor and Friend

The passing of the man who provided the humor in The Beatles' films. Read More »

A Portrait Of The Bassist: An Examination of Stuart Sutcliffe’s Legacy with The Beatles 50 Years After His Death, Part 2

Inspiration, back beat, style, influential muse and even creative director: Could The Beatles have been born without Stu Sutcliffe? Read More »

A Portrait of the Bassist: An Examination of Stuart Sutcliffe’s Legacy with The Beatles 50 Years After His Death, Part 1

Some claimed he wasn't talented enough to be a Beatle, when he was actually too talented to be a Beatle. Read More »

From Him To Them: 49 Years Ago George Martin’s Advice Cements The Beatles’ Fame

George Martin creates a number one single from an unfinished b-side submission. Read More »