The Beatles' U.S. Invasion
A cultural milestone 50 years later: The Fab Four's 1964 appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show"
The Beatles' original lyrics
A new book gathers the initial scribbles that became timeless pop classics
John Lennon drawings up for auction
The Beatle's nonsensical sketches and prose go up for sale at a N.Y. auction house
CBS to air encore presentation of Beatles tribute special
"The Beatles: The Night That Changed America - A Grammy Salute" will air again Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. ET
The Beatles honored at star-studded symposium
John Oates and Nile Rodgers were among the guests at the Ed Sullivan Theater on Sunday night celebrating 50 years of the Beatles
The Beatles celebrated at star-studded tribute
Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr hit the stage alongside Maroon 5, John Legend, Katy Perry and others to mark the Fab Four's first U.S. performance
When The Beatles played Hamburg
Before invading the U.S., the British rockers befriended a graphic artist in Hamburg, whose art - and hairstyle - became an inspiration
The Beatles: You say you want a revolution?
VH1's Bill Flanagan says the Fab Four inspired new methods of creating, presenting and selling music, but the changes haven't quite stuck
How a makeup artist got the Beatles camera-ready
Riccie Johnson recalls doing the Fab Four's makeup before they hit "The Ed Sullivan Show" stage for that historic 1964 performance
Adam Levine on The Beatles
Correspondent Anthony Mason asks Adam Levine, of Maroon 5, to describe how he was introduced to the music of The Beatles and how it influenced his own music.
Imagine Dragons and the influence of The Beatles
The rock band Imagine Dragons - Ben McKee, Daniel Platzman, Dan Reynolds and Wayne Sermon - reveals to correspondent Anthony Mason the role that The Beatles' music played in their own development, and pick their favorite Beatles songs.
The Beatles 50 years later: CBS remembers the Fab Four
CBS will mark the anniversary of the Beatles' arrival in the U.S. with a star-studded live event and TV special on Sunday
Ringo remembers the Beatles' first magical mystery tour
50 years after the Fab Four arrived in the U.S., Starr recalls how nervous they were -- not realizing how big they already were
Julian Lennon on his father, Beatles' impact
Julian Lennon tells CBS News what it was like growing up as the son of a Beatle
Julian Lennon remembers his father, the Beatles
As we celebrate the 50th anniversary or the Beatles' arrival in America, Julian Lennon tells CBS News what it was like growing up as the son of a Beatle.
10 musicians who saw the Beatles standing there
Bruce Springsteen, Billy Joel and Tom Petty recall where they were when the Beatles hit "The Ed Sullivan Show" stage
Ed Sullivan Beatles' item headed to NYC auction
A large piece of stage backdrop autographed by the Beatles during their first live U.S. concert 50 years ago is headed to auction
50 years later -- A fan recalls watching the Beatles' American debut
The then 13-year-old scored a ticket to famed group's appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show; and as the cameras closed in, there she was screaming
The Boy Scout and the Beatles: How one boy became a fan
Writer Ira Gallen recounts the night he watched the Fab Four perform on "The Ed Sullivan Show" in 1964
Beatles photographer caught cultural revolution on film
Harry Benson was a 34-year-old photographer for a London newspaper when he was assigned to cover the Beatles as they led the British invasion of America
Age-old debate: Beatles vs. Stones
Historian John McMillian describes how the Stones shaped their image in response to what the Beatles had done
Capturing the birth of Beatlemania
Fifty years ago, as the Beatles led a British invasion of America, photographer Harry Benson caught it all on film
How Brian Epstein discovered the Beatles
Journalist Larry Kane sat down with the Beatles' manager in 1964 to find out how the Fab Four became famous
Beatles' manager reflects on the group's meteoric rise
Longtime radio and TV reporter Larry Kane interviewed the Beatles' manager Brian Epstein in 1964 in the midst of the band's North American tour. Epstein discusses how he originally discovered the band, some of the keys to the group's success, and the impact of their appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show."
Out of a "Flaming Pie" comes the Beatles
The question of the Beatles' name has been asked so many times and answered so many ways, there may never be a definitive answer
CBS News poll: Who is America's favorite Beatle?
Beatlemania appears to be alive and well in the U.S., 50 years after the Fab Four first landed on U.S. soil
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