Did you see The Beatles at Candlestick Park in 1966?


0 4

Did you see The Beatles at Candlestick Park in 1966?  Are you going back to see Sir Paul McCartney at Candlestick’s final concert?
White Horse Pictures, who are producing the recently announced film with Ron Howard about the band's touring years, would love to hear your story!  

Please contact the team at BeatlesLive@whitehorsepics.com

Paul is to play "Farewell to Candlestick: The Final Concert" August 14th, the last event at the stadium before it closes, and where The Beatles played their final tour performance on August 29th 1966."

Read more

Instagram #30


1 0


“The Beatles recorded using four tracks. (…) Still, four tracks hardly sufficed for their increasingly complex arrangements. As the tape's four tracks filled up and were mixed down to one to make room for more music, these pre-mixes were produced with mono in mind so that when all of the tracks were folded together, they would fit together like a stack of cards. That's why the mono set sounds so coherent and why arguably you can actually hear more detail in mono.“ (Analog Planet) #beatlesmonovinyl

View on Instagram

Read more

The Beatles Japanese Boxset


0 2


ザ・ビートルズがデビューした60年代初期には多くの国がそれぞれ独自の曲順やアート­ワークで英オリジナル盤とは違うアルバムをリリースしていました。しかし、これら各国­独自盤 [LP] はその後、英オリジナル盤のみを公式なアルバムとする方針のもと廃盤となりました。
今年は日本デビュー50周年!リアル・タイムのビートルズ・ファンが初めてMEET THE BEATLES [ビートルズとの出会い] を果たした貴重な日本盤5作品がこの記念すべき年に蘇ります!

<収録アルバム>「ビートルズ!」「ビートルズ No.2」「ビートルズがやって来るヤァ!ヤァ!ヤァ!」「ビートルズ No.5」「4人はアイドル」
■CD5枚組・豪華BOX仕様 ■オリジナルLPを復刻した紙ジャケット仕様 [帯・内袋・歌詞カード等] ■09年リマスター音源 ■全100P日本語ブックレット

Order your copy:
The Official Beatles Store Japan: http://gnikn.us/officialstoreJapan
Amazon: http://gnikn.us/1jQTyTl

Read more

The Beatles Record-Breaking US Chart Invasion


0 3

Friday, April 4 is the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ record-making invasion of the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart with a sweep of the entire Top 5! 

The Beatles also had seven other songs peppering the Hot 100 chart (there were a whopping 12 Beatles songs on that week’s Hot 100). 

That same week, The Beatles also held the top two spots on Billboard’s albums chart with Meet The Beatles! and Introducing…The Beatles. These U.S. chart records have never been broken!

USA TODAY has reported on this record-breaking achievement: http://gnikn.us/OfzTD5

Read more

"They say the world doesn't change in a day. But one day, it did." New York Daily News.


3 6

February 7th, 1964. The Beatles arrive in New York.

Paul: "There were millions of kids at the airport, which nobody had expected. We heard about it in mid-air. There were journalists on the plane, and the pilot had rang ahead and said, 'Tell the boys there's a big crowd waiting for them.' We thought, 'Wow! God, we really have made it.' "

Today marks the 50th anniversary of The Beatles' US debut. On this date in 1964, The Beatles flew together across the Atlantic for the first time, in hopes of cracking the USA - something no British band had yet managed to do. By the time the third and last of their first Beatles Ed Sullivan broadcasts aired - a little more than two weeks after their arrival - the band would be back home, having made broadcasting history and their trip as a whole a phenomenal and unprecedented success. 

Read more

Embed The Beatles On Air Radio!


3 3

The Beatles On Air radio plays 14 clips of songs from the brand new album "On Air - Live at the BBC Volume 2"!  Just click on the tuning buttons to start the playback.

You can embed the Beatles onto your own website or blog - in this news story, you can view the radio - just click on the embed link and copy the embed code.

You can also dedicate a song to someone - just use the Twitter hashtag #beatlesdedication and it will play along the radio players everywhere!




Read more


Subscribe to The Beatles RSS

Vist Europe Store

Vist US Store

Vist Brazil Store