Sketchers said Ringo “possesses the charm, cool charisma and instant global recognition that will elevate awareness for our popular Relaxed Fit footwear”
Slick design meets music – Manchester-based art studio Dorothy have created a range of music-inspired animal prints. Can you tell which song each one is supposed to represent?
Time proved them wrong. Very, very wrong.
John Lennon’s face, in edible form.
You may THINK you know, but you have no idea. This is: a really hard quiz.
John, Paul, George, and Ringo – all the fascinating facts you need in one place.
Grammy-winning band La Santa Cecilia brings the journey of strawberries, from fields tended to by farmworkers to kitchen tables, to life. Oh, and the song is pretty good too.
This what your teen years will sound like.
The Beatles’ first film turns 50 on July 6 and it is still as glorious as ever.
Just remember, life is not a race. It only feels that way.
Not only did this actually happen, but you can listen to it right now.
Listen closely. (Because a sound engineer didn’t.)
Drizzy-Drake or Oreo Cookies?
Once you know about this pattern, you’ll see it everywhere.
He bet his career on acquiring rival record label EMI in 2011, and now that deal is paying off big time.
Some of these are the greatest records you’ve ever heard. Others, not so much.
“I wander thro’ each charter’d street / Near where the charter’d Thames does flow. And mark in every face I meet / Marks of weakness, marks of woe.”
Malaysia-based Lego fan Adly Syairi Ramly created these delightful images using an iPhone 5.
Floor to ceiling Beatles posters? Check.
Time to find out if you’re a young Paul, a psychedelic John, a hippie George, or…y’know, a Ringo.
They weren’t just the greatest band of all time, they were also the greatest band ever when it came to saucy comebacks.
The other two Beatles couldn’t be there, so they did Paul’s new song “Queenie Eye.”
Downton Abbey + The Beatles = “Downton Abbey Road.”
How does one go about covering the music of possibly the most iconic, recognizable rock band of all time? These 12 cover versions of some of their best work may be a good start.
Some complementary, some confusing, all classic. Whitney Houston and The Smiths?!
The Beatles legend is on the campaign trail for his new album “New”.
He was only kinda “meh” on the Fab Four, really.
Just a warning, but the story behind the “egg man” line in “I Am the Walrus” is kinda gross.