Your world is a bit more complicated than you expected. But don’t worry, you’ll pick it up.
If only they could have held on for a little longer.
Because everything is better with glitter. Everything.
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“Thank you, and I hope you choke.”
You’ll always be “the cute one” to me, SIR.
This Japanese cover band’s one and only album was called Please Please Me. You know, like The Beatles’ first album?
Just try to imagine a world in which “…Baby One More Time” is a TLC song.
They said it couldn’t be done, but the album art for Kanye’s Yeezus is actually more sparse than the White Album.
Love songs have gone in and out of style since Billboard began its Hot 100 chart in 1958. Here are the best ones that hit the top spot.
A look back at an epic year that gave us Twister, Star Trek, The Beach Boys’ Pet Sounds and an escalating war in Vietnam.
When you are a Beatle, life is AWESOME.
Turns out all the biggest questions in life can be answered by diagrams.
When your ability to make arts & crafts doesn’t exactly match your obsessive fandom. Happy nightmares!
Famous lyrics, taken literally.
George Harrison had comic chops. Any person who mortgages his house to fund a Monty Python film must know something about comedy.
Disco doesn’t suck, but some of these covers do. Behold Joni Mitchell, Chuck Berry, and Broadway classics get the disco treatment.
There are many great covers of Beatles songs: these are not them.
Nothing inspires musicians more than pie. Not love, not sex, not drugs. It’s pie. Especially if you are Paul McCartney.
In the fascinating documentary Good Ol’ Freda, which premiered at the SXSW Film Festival, the Fab Four’s loyal secretary breaks her silence.
Over 130 feature films and 150 panels will unfold at the SXSW Film Festival, which plays alongside SXSW’s Interactive and Music festivals in Austin, Texas. From Bates to the Beatles, these are the most exciting.
Imitation is flattery, or something like that. Or influence? That’s the nice word for it.
This gets really, really trippy by the time “Glass Onion” begins.
British designer Christophe Gowans answers the question: “What if best-selling albums had been books instead?”
Yup, it’s true – The Beatles, Bob Dylan, and “Be My Baby” have been around for half a century.
Gadgets, instruments, art, apparel, and more!
At least for tonight, anyway. Foo Fighters singer Dave Grohl and bassist Krist Novoselic are teaming up with McCartney at tonight’s 12.12.12 Concert in Manhattan for Hurricane Sandy Relief.
A guy named Josh is turning classic music moments into 8-bit animations, and it’s wonderful.