Knowledge Identifier: &The_Beatles
Founded in 1964.
Countries: United States (44%), United Kingdom (26%), (17%)
Linked to: Apple Corps, Capitol Records, London Symphony Orchestra, Liverpool College of Art
Ed Sullivan - In 1964, he achieved that with the first live American appearance of The Beatles, on February 9, 1964, the most-watched program in TV history to that point and still one of the most-watched programs of all time
Brisbane Festival Hall - On 28 June 1964, The Beatles played the first of four concerts at the venue
The Byrds - A number of authors, including Ian MacDonald, Richie Unterberger, and Bud Scoppa, have noted The Byrds influence on The Beatles' late 1965 album "Rubber Soul", most notably on the songs "Nowhere Man" and "If I Needed Someone", the latter of which utilizes a guitar riff similar to that in The Byrds' cover of "The Bells of Rhymney"
Mr. Tambourine Man - In addition, a number of commentators, including Richie Unterberger, Scott Plangenhoef, and Ian MacDonald have noted that by late 1965, The Beatles themselves were assimilating the sound of folk rock, and in particular The Byrds, into the material found on their "Rubber Soul" album, most notably on the songs "Nowhere Man" and "If I Needed Someone"
As Tears Go By (song) - It is sometimes said that the song was written as an answer to The Beatles' "Yesterday", a strings-driven ballad that became one of the band's biggest hits in 1965
The Ronettes - In August, 1966, the Ronettes teamed up with The Beatles for a fourteen-city tour across America
Michael Lindsay-Hogg - On 19 and 20 May 1966 Lindsay-Hogg directed two pairs of film clips to promote The Beatles current single "Paperback Writer"
Captain Marvel (DC Comics) - Captain Marvel is the mentioned in a verse of the 1968 song "The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill" by The Beatles
Flower power - Edelman's illustration style was best known in his art designs for The Beatles' 1968 animated film "Yellow Submarine"
Fats Domino - His final Top 100 chart single was on Reprise, a cover of The Beatles' "Lady Madonna" which peaked at No. 100 in 1968
Michael Winterbottom - It would follow the company and it's staff, including DiLello and Derek Taylor, from 1968 to its closure in 1970, when The Beatles split
Glyn Johns - In 1969, Johns was called upon to rescue the troublesome "Get Back" sessions for The Beatles
London Sinfonietta - In 1970 it recorded the work for The Beatles' label Apple Records
Les Miserables (2012 film) - Although this unique live recording method has been stated as "a world's first" by the creative team, several film musicals have used this method before, including early talkies, as lip-syncing wasn't perfected, the 1975 20th Century Fox film "At Long Last Love" and more recently in the 1995 adaptation of "The Fantasticks",in the 2001 film version of "Hedwig and the Angry Inch", and in the 2007 film "Across the Universe" with songs by The Beatles
Frankie Valli - In 1976, Valli covered The Beatles song "A Day in the Life" for the ephemeral musical documentary "All This and World War II"
Bee Gees - In March 1978, the Bee Gees held the top 2 positions on the US Charts with "Night Fever" and "Stayin' Alive", the first time this had happened since The Beatles
With a Little Help from My Friends - This was due to changes in publishing rights that have occurred since 1980 involving the dissolution of The Beatles' original Northern Songs and the acquisition by Sony/ATV
Black or White - A week later it shot up to number three and in its third week, December 7, 1991, it ascended to number one, making it the fastest chart topper since The Beatles' "Get Back" won the Hot 100 in just three weeks in 1969
Greg Dulli - In 1994, Dulli was a lead vocalist in the Backbeat Band, an alternative-rock supergroup that recorded the soundtrack to The Beatles biographical film, "Backbeat"
Damon Albarn - Albarn played Bull in Joe Orton's "Up Against It", a Radio 4 play about The Beatles broadcast in 1998
The Royal Tenenbaums - The first, released in 2001, was well-received by most critics, though some songs were omitted; notably, Paul Simon's "Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard", Van Morrison's "Everyone", John Lennon's "Look at Me", Nick Drake's "Fly", The Mutato Muzika Orchestra version of The Beatles' "Hey Jude" and two tracks by The Rolling Stones
EMI - Apple Records, the record label representing the The Beatles, launched a suit against EMI for non-payment of royalties on 15 December 2005
Tom Petty - In a 2006 interview on the National Public Radio program "Fresh Air", Petty said that he knew he wanted to be in a band the moment he saw The Beatles on "The Ed Sullivan Show"
Seal (musician) - Seal performed "Amazing" and The Beatles' "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" at the 2007 Royal Variety Performance
David Lanz - His 2009 release, "Liverpool: Re-imagining The Beatles", made with Xiao flute master Gary Stroutsos pays homage to the music of The Beatles
Glee (TV series) - In 2009, the "Glee" cast had twenty-five singles chart on the "Billboard" Hot 100, the most by any artist since The Beatles had thirty-one songs in the chart in 1964; in 2010, it placed eighty singles on the "Billboard" Hot 100, far outstripping the previous record
Marvel Comics - Writer Geoff Boucher in 2009 reflected that, "Superman and DC Comics instantly seemed like boring old Pat_Boone; Marvel felt like The Beatles and the British Invasion
James Taylor - On March 7, 2010, Taylor sang The Beatles' "In My Life" in tribute to deceased artists at the 82nd Academy *awards
Liam Gallagher - On 7 May 2010, it was confirmed that Liam's production company, In 1 Productions, are developing and producing a feature film about The Beatles' &Apple_Corps, adapted from the book by Richard DiLello, "The Longest Cocktail Party"
Arctic Monkeys - On 27 July 2012, Arctic Monkeys played in the London Summer Olympics opening ceremony, performing "I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor" and a cover of The Beatles' song "Come Together"
Jerry Seinfeld - He promoted the use of the technique in the treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder with Bob Roth of the David Lynch Foundation in December 2012 on the "Good Morning America" television show, and appeared at a 2009 David Lynch Foundation benefit for TM, at which former Beatles Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr appeared
Garth Brooks - He continues to sell well and according to Nielsen Soundscan, his albums sales through May 2013 are at 68,630,000, which makes him the best-selling albums artist in the United States in the SoundScan era , a title held since 1991, well over 5 million ahead of his nearest rival, The Beatles
We Can Work It Out - Wonder performed it a third time in January 2014 at the 50th anniversary tribute of The Beatles' appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show"
Tony Sheridan - In 2015, Colin "Melander" Crawley - Sheridan's former bassist, published another biography, "Tony Sheridan - The One The Beatles Called "The Teacher"
Max Stalling - Stalling's most recent studio album, "Banquet", was released in 2015 and includes original music as well as covers of Dough Sahm and The Beatles
On September 2018, the Beatles confirmed a reissue of The Beatles, with remixed and remastered versions of the original recordings