A plaque has been unveiled in Dublin to mark two Beatles concerts 55 years ago.
The sound of Dundee’s forgotten guitar hero Jim Kelly is being heard again on a new album.
The Beatles’ ground-breaking release Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band has been named the most popular British album of all time.
Record producer Quincy Jones has described the Beatles as the “greatest songwriters that ever lived”.
Cilla Black’s son has said the 1960s sensation and TV presenter wanted to be “remembered as a singer”.
Sir Paul McCartney has described a “wonderful experience” he had with two “hookers” while in the Beatles.
Some of music’s biggest names have been stopping by Dundee recently.
Songs performed by The Beatles at their first concert in the United States have been at the centre of copyright litigation in a London court more than 54 years on.
George Harrison’s number one single My Sweet Lord has topped a chart of the most played songs this century that were released on The Beatles’ Apple Records label.
Sir Paul McCartney was almost known by a different name, he has revealed as he visited his old school.
After 10 years as front man of The View Kyle decided to record an album made up of 11 solo tracks.
Beatlemania is returning to Dundee.
Sir Ringo Starr has signed a worldwide deal with music publisher BMG, the company has announced.
A teenage photographer’s shots of The Beatles’ first US concerts have sold for £253,000 at auction.
A teenage photographer’s shots of The Beatles’ first US concerts are expected to sell for £250,000 at auction.
Rare photographs of The Beatles' in Dundee are set to go up for auction - and could fetch up to £5,000.
A hotel directory signed by all four of The Beatles is estimated to sell for £10,000 at auction.
Sir Paul McCartney has paid tribute to late Beatles star George Harrison on what would have been his 75th birthday.
Baby you can drive my car! Or certainly George Harrison’s cherished 1984 black Mercedes which is expected to fetch £40,000 at auction next month.
Sir Paul McCartney has hailed Ringo Starr as the “best drummer, best pal” while he congratulated his fellow Beatle on his knighthood.