National Music Publishers Association moved to "correct the record" by acknowledging Ono's contribution to iconic single
'Rolling Stone: 50 Years' offers a unique glimpse of the magazine's history in a new exhibition at Cleveland's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum
In 1967, the Beatles were at a crossroads — they quit touring, experimented with drugs and set out to change rock & roll forever
How Guinness heir Tara Browne's untimely death inspired the album's epic final track
"It was about his boring life at the time," Paul McCartney later said of song that summed up John Lennon's domestic ennui
"Everything in the song is from that poster," John Lennon said of 1843 ad he picked up in a Kent antique shop
Lennon swallowed the wrong pill the night he was supposed to record backing harmonies for the song. Weirdness – and male bonding – ensued
Rolling Stone founder and publisher Jann Wenner sat down with the ex-Beatle in December 1970 for what became one of the most legendary rock interviews ever
Rare sketch found in notebook uncovered at musician's former home in Surrey, England
"[John] mentioned once [that] should he ever pass, a way he would let me know that he was OK ... would be in the form of a white feather," singer said
Giles Martin taks us through alternate endings, different instrumentation and studio instructions on massive upcoming set
Which band members were high during the cover shoot, why the packaging was the most expensive to date and more on the 1967 album's legendary visuals
They appeared together on 'The Mike Douglas Show'
Anthony McCarten ('Theory of Everything') writing as-yet-untitled movie, which explores "themes of love, courage and activism"
Read 10 little-known facts about "A Day in the Life," considered by many to be the Beatles' single greatest recorded achievement