Alexanda Kotey, radicalized in West London, was one of four members of the notorious torture cell, infamous for their brutality and British accents.
"The Beatles sound either uptight or, what's worse, so loose as to be coming apart." Newsweek's critic was not impressed by The White Album.
The world is finally catching up with Yoko Ono. At 85, she is reimagining her old classics on a new album titled "Warzone.
"The album's title is 'Egypt Station,' so there might be a little clue there. It might be a grand show, I don't know."
Cult leader Charles Manson, who ordered murders and pushed the fear that a race war in America was imminent, died Sunday of natural causes.
"The Beatles have lost their innocence, certainly, but loss of innocence is, increasingly, their theme."
What is a concept album, anyway?
The legendary prog-rock keyboardist talks about working with David Bowie, touring with fellow Yes alumni Jon Anderson and Trevor Rabin, and his animal rescue work.
In his first column for Newsweek, Tom Shone reviews Ron Howard's "The Beatles: Eight Days a Week."
It took a savvy lawyer to keep John Lennon and Yoko Ono from being deported. One who'd never heard of the Beatles.
In 1966, we seemed to think the Beatles were finished.
The musician has hit the top spot 22 times—including 15 number ones with The Beatles.
The Beatles star called on his musical friend for a donation to his performing arts school.
The mother of El Shafee Elsheikh, 27, from London, has spoken out about her son's transformation.
The Beatles helped define the role of record production, taking it into the creative sphere, making the record, not the song, the key text in pop.
The iconic music producer provided some inspiration to Nirvana's 1991 album 'Nevermind'.
The author was confused with 'Fifth Beatle' George Martin, who died on Tuesday.
The acetate disk is thought to be the band's first recording before their chart success.
The three men were friends in West London, attending the same mosque before traveling to Syria.
These are the Beatles songs Spotify users are digging the most.
A new documentary attempts to dispel a tired stereotype and spark important conversations about teenage-hood and pop music.