New show and book of unearthed photos reveal rare moments from the Beatles' early years
Scientific study of pop genealogy pinpoints the three years that revolutionised music
Cocker, known for his gravelly reinventions and signature onstage contortions, dies at the age of 70
Cheryl Fernandez-Versini becomes most successful British female solo artist in terms of UK No 1 hits
Daft Punk get lucky, while Beyonce and Jay Z open show with raunchy performance of Drunk in Love
Solo album is due out in October, and the Mark Ronson-produced title-track rolls back the years
Daughter of Michael Jackson attempted to take her life as fourth anniversary of his death approaches
The man who opened the famous festival with a three-hour set has died of a heart attack at 72
Mammoth recording session at Abbey Road marks 50th anniversary of the Fab Four's 1963 debut LP
He's famous as the man who taught George Harrison to play sitar, but that's only part of the story
Beatles Live! doc and Springsteen biopic will both rely on 'user-generated comment'
From the Sunday papers: from Cole’s reaction to US X Factor sack to Hugh Grant’s discourteous performance at ethics debate
From the Sunday papers: husband’s tale, Tom Cruise’s unlucky number and Tony Blair in denial
But is Bartlett's sharp, funny satire an act of revenge from one generation on another?
New ground plans could produce "one of the most iconic stadiums in the world"
Bee Gees star, already suffering from cancer, stuns doctors with comeback against pneumonia
Macca’s third wife is also his
second heiress – but not much
else is known about her
Today’s Google doodle celebrates John Lennon – but not everyone will dig it