Several myths about the band and the circumstances of the Fab Four's first American television, film and live performances persist
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It's easy to do today with computer software, but back then it was impossible. There were four guys walking around that seemed like colored images surrounded by black-and-white.
On Feb. 9, 1964, the four shaggy haired men of The Beatles, donning matching, smart suits, took the stage of "The Ed Sullivan Show" for their first li...
On this day in 1967, the Beatles made television history... again.
Ringo Starr, George Harrison, Paul McCartney and John Lennon debuted their soon-...
In the fall of 1974, I got a check for $15 written on the account of John Lennon. Almost all of my friends insisted that I couldn't cash it. I did. But I cherish the memory of opening that envelope.
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Paul McCartney made his historic return to the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York on Wednesday afternoon to tape an episode of "Late Show With David Lett...
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