Five letters have been sent to the parole board since Chapman’s last hearing calling for his release
Ringo Starr believes the quartet didn't fully intend on quitting live performances
‘She’s with me,’ he tweeted
The Fab Four were pictured sitting outside St James’s Villa in Highgate in 1968 when they were working on The White Album
The star outbid Paul McCartney for the rights to more than 200 Beatles hits including "Yesterday" and "Let It Be"
Martin's work with The Beatles changed popular music forever but he was charmingly modest about his achievements
From Quincy Jones to Trevor Horn and Paul Epworth, Martin established the role of producer as a vital artistic force behind the fulfilment of any singular performer’s vision
Not only did he give the band their record deal, but he brought their visions to life and pieced together their recordings
Sir George helped The Beatles achieve global success as the head of Parlophone Records
Study says tracks with negative lyrics about growing old can affect the confidence of people later in life
Letters reveal that the Booker Prize-winning novelist and philosopher went to Stones gigs and wanted the Fab Four to step into Tennyson’s shoes
'It is not a membership club and anyone can come and pray'
New report finds the group's legacy is supporting more than 2,300 jobs
The biggest band of all time became available for streaming on Christmas eve, and here's what came out on top
The Fabulous Four will finally be available to legally stream online