Jimi Hendrix and The Beatles

Hear Jimi Hendrix's unearthed Hollywood cover of 'Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band'

John Lennon and Yoko Ono and Paul McCartney and The Beatles

Paul McCartney admits that The Beatles didn't particularly like Yoko being in the studio

The best songs of 1970

The 30 best songs of 1970

John Lennon was one of the great music icons of the 20th century.

John Lennon's 20 greatest songs, ranked

The Beatles - Carnival of Light

'Carnival of Light': The mysterious Beatles recording that still hasn't been released

Paul McCartney lyrics podcast

Paul McCartney launches podcast exploring the lyrics of his most beloved Beatles and solo songs

The best songs of 1967

The 25 best songs of 1967

The Beatles and Marmalade - Ob La Di Ob La Da

'Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da' is better known as a Marmalade song than a Beatles one, says band's lead singer

John Lennon, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, and George Harrison

Ringo Starr says the last Beatles track "should've been out already"

In a recent podcast appearance, John Lennon's eldest son Julian admits he has a "love-hate" relationship with The Beatles' song 'Hey Jude'

Julian Lennon describes his "love-hate" relationship with 'Hey Jude', reveals it's a "dark reminder"

The Rolling Stones, and George Harrison and John Lennon

Keith Richards thinks George Harrison and John Lennon could have fit in the Rolling Stones

The Beatles vs The Rolling Stones

The Beatles vs The Rolling Stones – in their own words

John Lennon, Yoko Ono and Kyoko Ono Cox

John Lennon’s lost 1969 solo album: What is One From The Nursery?

In a recent interview, John Lennon's eldest son Julian revealed and he and his brother Sean have a "plan" to make music together soon.

John Lennon's sons Julian and Sean reveal their "plan" on making music together soon

1965's best songs, ranked

The 20 best songs of 1965

Despite their legendary rivalry, The Beatles helped The Rolling Stones break into the mainstream by writing them a hit single in 1963.

When The Beatles wrote a hit song for The Rolling Stones

Unbelievably, nobody noticed it was Paul McCartney when he was busking 'Yesterday' outside of a London tube station in 1984.

When Paul McCartney busked 'Yesterday' on London's streets and nobody noticed

Paul McCartney's Höfner guitar is at the centre of a global search. Pictured: Paul McCartney using a Höfner bass on The Ed Sullivan Show in New York, in 1964.

Paul McCartney guitar: Global search for Beatle star's 'stolen' £10 million bass