Read 10 little-known facts about "A Day in the Life," considered by many to be the Beatles' single greatest recorded achievement
Musician files suits to "confirm his ownership" of dozens of Beatles songs
Yanni "John" Alexis Mardas was one of Apple Corps' earliest employees, accompanied band to India to study under Maharishi Mahesh Yogi
Liverpool club owner and promoter drove band to Hamburg in 1960 to begin formative residency in German city
Coldplay singer also took a crack at David Bowie and Prince at a Manhattan benefit concert
From pranking Phil Collins to hosting Hells Angels, read lesser-known tales from singer-songwriter's life outside Beatles
Eagles' original manuscript for "Hotel California," Dylan's 'Freewheelin'' lyrics for "Blowin' in the Wind" headline upcoming Sotheby's auction
Read how song evolved from intimate John Lennon demo into sublime studio attempt and immortal finished version
Bandmates discuss pivotal moment when they insisted on writing, recording original songs in 'Eight Days a Week' extra
"When you've reached a real Beatle, it's the ultimate co-sign," says Swae Lee. "Before we blew up ... he gave us some uplifting words of wisdom"
What will a European 'use it or lose it' copyright law mean for fans of Led Zeppelin, Bruce Springsteen, Beatles and many others?
Singer plays Beethoven, OneRepublic and "Sorry" at spontaneous pub gig
How a depressed Ringo Starr ended up in oddball horse opera about a sightless gunfighter – and why it's a must-see for Beatles fans
Rock legends offer bluesy rendition of 'Abbey Road' classic at opening night of all-star Indio, California festival
From getting the Beatles death threats to discovering the Ramones, our takeaways from brilliant new Danny Fields movie