On the 50th anniversary of the release of The Beatles' last album Let It Be, we see why the album is great, despite being the messiest.Read MoreThe Beatles ‘Let It Be’: Their Last & Messiest Album Was Still Amazing
We look back at the time when 'The King' Elvis Presley tried to have the Beatles banned from the US with the help of President Richard Nixon and the FBI.Read MoreWhen Elvis Presley Tried To Get The Beatles Banned
I am the Walrus is one of the craziest songs John Lennon ever made as part of the Beatles. Let's see why he wrote this song and what makes it so amazing?Read MoreWhy Did The Beatles Write “I Am The Walrus”?
We look back at the time when John Lennon of The Beatles said that they were more popular than Jesus, and how it put the band into trouble with Christians!Read MoreWhen The Beatles Claimed To Be More Popular Than Jesus
The song Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds by the Beatles is often thought to be about the drug LSD. Is there any truth to it? Read MoreDid The Beatles Make This Song On The Drug LSD?
We believe George Harrison was the hottest of the Beatles. Let's look at how he looked like an absolute heart-throb at every stage of his life!Read MoreGeorge Harrison Was The Hottest Of The Beatles
Paul McCartney admits he underestimated George Harrison as he explained why The Beatles didn't continue after John Lennon left in an interview.Read MorePaul McCartney Admits He Underestimated George Harrison
John Lennon confessed in an interview that during the Beatles days, he felt Paul McCartney sabotaged his songs, especially Across The Universe.Read MoreJohn Lennon Believed Paul McCartney Sabotaged His Songs
We look at what inspired John Lennon to write the song 'Across The Universe' and why is it one of the best songs The Beatles ever made.Read MoreWhat Makes Across The Universe By The Beatles So Good
Can you imagine the greatest and most popular band of all time, The Beatles, not being able to read music? It's true, and it's wonderful.Read MoreThe Beatles Never Knew How To Read Music
We look at this Beatles' song 'Maxwell's Silver Hammer' from the album Abbey Road that talks about a guy killing 3 people and what inspired it.Read MoreThe Beatles Once Sang About 3 Murders!
We take a look at the story that inspired Paul McCartney of the Beatles to write Hey Jude, and how it overcame the world.Read MoreThe Heartbreak Behind Hey Jude By The Beatles