Two suspected so-called Islamic State (IS) terrorists originally from Britain – dubbed The Beatles because of their accents – have been taken from Syria into American custody.
When Sir Ringo Starr blows out the candles at his 79th birthday on Sunday, he can look back on a great life.
They’ve been around since the first teenage girls swooned at Elvis and his gyrating pelvis.
Paul McCartney sang of “smiles in the sunshine and tears in the rain, still take me back where my memories remain.”
The Beatles’ first contract with manager Brian Epstein – marking the start of their transformation into world-conquering pop band – is going under the hammer.
Over the years Hunter Davies has gained a reputation for being resolutely cheerful.
LOOKING out at 13,000 ecstatic fans filling one of Scotland’s most iconic music venues, Sir Paul McCartney couldn’t help thinking: “It’s a long way from Alloa Town Hall.”
PAUL MCCARTNEY is thrilled his late wife’s photographs are going on show in Glasgow.
“GROUPS of guitars are on their way out.”
ED SHEERAN is being sued for 100 million dollars (£76.4 million) for allegedly ripping off parts of Marvin Gaye's classic Let's Get It On for his hit Thinking Out Loud.
IF anyone was the fifth Beatle, it was Brian Epstein.