Fifty years later, audience members who were present at the birth of Beatlemania remember the electric atmosphere and the screaming.
Half a century ago this week, the Beatles arrived in New York and changed popular culture. Now, dozens of concerts, exhibitions, discussions, books and albums are celebrating what happened in 1964.
A 1992 concert honoring Bob Dylan is coming out in video and a refreshed CD edition.
The cable channel VH1 announced a series of six concerts on the nights leading up to the Super Bowl.