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The Beatles' first ever record contract up for sale at auction

The Beatles' first ever record contract up for sale at auction

The document's value is estimated at $150,000 (£95,500)

Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr pay tribute to 'good friend' Cilla Black following TV star's passing

Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr pay tribute to 'good friend' Cilla Black following TV star's passing

Black reported to have died of natural causes at her home in Spain

Paul McCartney claims he and John Lennon forgot dozens of potential Beatles songs

Paul McCartney claims he and John Lennon forgot dozens of potential Beatles songs

Many songs co-written by the pair were lost, says Sir Paul

Bono attempts to claim The Beatles as an Irish band during New York event celebrating John Lennon

Bono attempts to claim The Beatles as an Irish band during New York event celebrating John Lennon

U2 frontman described Lennon as being "one more Irish immigrant on an island full of Irish immigrants"

Ringo Starr's jacket from The Beatles' 'Help!' film makes £30k at auction

Ringo Starr's jacket from The Beatles' 'Help!' film makes £30k at auction

Collectible item sold at auction in Boston, USA

Ringo Starr's jacket from The Beatles' 'Help!' film up for sale at auction

Ringo Starr's jacket from The Beatles' 'Help!' film up for sale at auction

The item will go on sale at RR Auctions from July 16 to July 23

Yoko Ono on Jihadi John: 'I won't let ISIS destroy the memory of John Lennon or The Beatles'

Yoko Ono on Jihadi John: 'I won't let ISIS destroy the memory of John Lennon or The Beatles'

Alleged ISIS terrorist Mohammed Emwazi takes his nickname from John Lennon

Paul McCartney says he was 'frustrated' at how John Lennon became a 'martyr' after death

Paul McCartney says he was 'frustrated' at how John Lennon became a 'martyr' after death

Singer says his former Beatles bandmate did 'a lot of great work' but also 'a lot of not-great work'

Signed Beatles postcard and lewd Jim Morrison drawing up for sale at auction

Signed Beatles postcard and lewd Jim Morrison drawing up for sale at auction

Bidding for the postcard is currently at $12,636 (£8,000)

New musical based on The Beatles' Abbey Road sessions announced

New musical based on The Beatles' Abbey Road sessions announced

Production is set to be launched in April 2016

Copy of The Beatles' 'White Album' allegedly signed by Charles Manson on sale for £30,000

Copy of The Beatles' 'White Album' allegedly signed by Charles Manson on sale for £30,000

The 1968 album is said to have been a major influence on the US criminal

John Lennon's previously-lost 'Love Me Do' guitar to be sold at auction

John Lennon's previously-lost 'Love Me Do' guitar to be sold at auction

The item, relocated after 50 years, is expected to fetch between £400,000 and £500,000

London's AIR Studios under threat due to noise disruptions

London's AIR Studios under threat due to noise disruptions

The recording complex was founded by Beatles producer George Martin in 1965

The Beatles' costume designer Julie Harris dies aged 94

The Beatles' costume designer Julie Harris dies aged 94

Harris dressed the Fab Four for the films 'A Hard Day's Night' and 'Help!'

Unearthed George Harrison letter discussing scrapped Beatles recording sessions sells for £13,000

Unearthed George Harrison letter discussing scrapped Beatles recording sessions sells for £13,000

The letter reveals the Beatles axed plans to record at Stax, without regular producer George Martin

The Beatles' Indian spiritual retreat overgrown by forest

The Beatles' Indian spiritual retreat overgrown by forest

The group visited the transcendental meditation retreat in Rishikesh during March and April 1968

The Beatles 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band' to feature on GCSE curriculum

The Beatles 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band' to feature on GCSE curriculum

Music students will also be taught how to DJ in new exam board shake-up

The Beatles and Rolling Stones didn't 'revolutionise' music but hip-hop did, study claims

The Beatles and Rolling Stones didn't 'revolutionise' music but hip-hop did, study claims

Research into musical trends and impact downplays the 'British invasion' of the 1960s

Paul McCartney plays Beatles song 'Another Girl' live for the first time ever - watch

Paul McCartney plays Beatles song 'Another Girl' live for the first time ever - watch

Macca performed the track at the Nippon Budokan in Japan

The Beatles and Elvis Presley songwriter Sid Tepper dies aged 96

The Beatles and Elvis Presley songwriter Sid Tepper dies aged 96

Tepper passed away of natural causes at his home in Miami Beach, Florida last Friday (April 24)

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