Paul McCartney

There is an inexhaustible public appetite for learning about the private lives of our idols, but they don’t make rock stars like they used to

Joseph Connolly reviews One Two Three Four: The Beatles in Time, by Craig Brown

The original generation of rock ‘n’ rollers remain more interesting than modern stars

If Lennon and McCartney had never met, Britain would have been more boring and less colourful

Abbey Road is less a cornerstone of the Beatles’ legend than its tombstone