On August 15, 1965, the Fab Four ushered in the stadium concert era with a legendary performance in New York City.
We’ve recounted everyone who appears on the Beatles' iconic 'Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band' album cover, from Bob Dylan and Aldous Huxley to Karl Marx and Sonny Liston.
It is the Mona Lisa of rock albums, the one that elevated pop music to fine art.
While in search of one of the Beatles' infamous 'butcher cover' editions of their 1966 album, 'Yesterday and Today,' one writer comes to a realization.
The cameo wasn't even the most notable part of last night's show: McCartney performed his solo track "Temporary Secretary" live for the first time.
In anticipation of the new documentary, Montage of Heck, bits and pieces from Kurt Cobain's archives are being shared, and the latest is the best yet.
After being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for his solo career, Ringo Starr celebrated the occasion with a star-studded performance.
Some songs we can't hear without thinking of the news story they're associated with.
Why is every new artist "the new so and so"? We don't know, but music journalism is littered with comparisons.
Jack Antonoff of Bleachers has been an icon for some time now, and like every other notable contemporary rock band, a cover of the Beatles was bound to happen.