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45 Years Ago Today The Beatles Rocked a London Rooftop

It was January 30, 1969 and The Beatles gave their final public performance on the Apple rooftop in London.

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43 Years Ago – The Beatles’ ‘White Album’ Played in Court During Charles Manson Trial

In 1969, terror and paranoia swept through the film and music communities of Los Angeles after actress Sharon Tate, Hollywood hairstylist Jay Sebring, coffee heiress Abigail Folger, aspiring screenwriter Wojciech Frykowski and 18-year-old Steven Parent were brutally murdered in a house on Cielo Drive. In a bizarre twist to an already sensational story, the Beatles' 'White Album' wound up being played in court during the subsequent murder trial of Charles Manson, who claimed to have planned the killing spree because of messages he believed were buried in the music.

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51 Years Ago: The Beatles Release ‘Please Please Me’

"Congratulations, gentlemen. You've just made your first No. 1."

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47 Years Ago: The Beatles Begin Recording ‘Penny Lane’

The Beatles’ decision to give up touring in August 1966 gave them unlimited and unprecedented time to spend in the studio experimenting and inventing new recording techniques. One of the first songs to come out of that period, Paul McCartney’s ‘Penny Lane,’ was first committed to tape on Dec. 29, 1966.

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50 Years Ago: The Beatles Hit U.S. Airwaves

On Dec. 17, 1963, the U.S. still had no idea what was in store. The Beatles had yet to appear on the Ed Sullivan Show where they seemingly overnight changed the landscape of pop music forever. That wouldn't occur until February 1964. However on a mid-December day in 1963, Carroll James of WWDC in Washington, DC played a Beatles record. He wasn't the first to do so in America, but it was the first time things really caught fire.

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Beatles Bootleg Recordings Coming to iTunes

Beatles fans have a chance to get their hands on recordings of the band in their early years, encompassing live recordings and alternate takes, soon to be available on iTunes.

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Remembering George Harrison

Today marks the anniversary of the day the world lost George Harrison.

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[Top 5 Tuesday] Top 5 Thankful Songs

In this season of giving thanks, this week's list is all about songs that give "thanks"!  These are my , what are yours?

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[Top 5 Tuesday] Remember Remember the Fifth of November

Today is Guy Fawkes Day, so what better way to celebrate than with songs of revolution! Here are my , what are yours?

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Ringo Reunites New Jersey Teens from 1964

Way back in the day, when the Beatles were just hitting it big in the States, a group of New Jersey teens got their photo snapped by Ringo Starr at JFK Airport.

Those kids have been found and reunited.

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World’s Largest Corn Maze Celebrates The Beatles

It's billed as "The World's Largest Corn Maze" and it's all dedicated to The Beatles.

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38 Years Ago: John Lennon’s Deportation Order Reversed

On Oct. 7, 1975,  New York State Supreme Court judge Irving Kaufman reversed a deportation order for John Lennon, allowing him to legally remain in the United States. Lennon was in the spotlight throughout the first few years of the decade, not only due to his music and his status as a former Beatle, but equally for his very outspoken stance on the Vietnam War and the Nixon administration.

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