Though he was technically their bassist, Paul McCartney was responsible for many fine six-string moments in The Beatles catalog
The year saw the collapse of the world's most commercially successful band of all time. But it also saw the genesis of its members' solo careers...
How a little-known Ringo Starr album track came tantalizingly close to becoming a Beatles song — in 1973.
A handful of highlights of almost 50 years’ worth of Clapton/Fab Four studio collaborations—besides “While My Guitar Gently Weeps.”
A rare, unreleased demo of The Beatles' "What Goes On"—recorded in 1963 and featuring John Lennon on vocals—has surfaced on on eBay through Parlogram. Listen to a snippet of it here.
The two surviving former Beatles, Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney, have reunited for the Starr solo single, "We're On the Road Again."