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John Legend, Alicia Keys, Ed Sheeran and Stevie Wonder are also among performers at the event to celebrate 50 years since The Beatles' first performed on U.S. television.
The duo comprising of James Mercer and Danger Mouse covers the British band's 'And I Love Her' while Starr provides original beats from 'I Am the Walrus' from an old school TV.
Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr will return to the Ed Sullivan Theater for an interview, 50 years after their band The Beatles performed there, after filming the tribute concert earlier this week.
Kraftwerk, The Isley Brothers, Kris Kristofferson, Clifton Chenier, Armando Manzanero and Maud Powell will also be honored with the award at a ceremony that will be held on January 25.
The 39-song album, which is meant to raise funds for typhoon disaster relief in the Philippines, is available on iTunes.
'The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to The Beatles' will air on February 9, exactly 50 years after the band appeared and performed on 'The Ed Sullivan Show'.
The 41-year-old rapper is the first leading act since the British band to have four hits in the Top 20 simultaneously.
Kitty is not too excited when Mr. Schue tells them to perform the legendary band's songs for two weeks, but can't help smiling when Artie offers her a ride on his lap.
The former and current members of New Directions come together to sing The Beatles' songs in the first two episodes of the new season.
Publisher Simon and Schuster says that the children's book, based on the Ringo Starr-penned song, will come with a CD that contains a track and a reading of the story by the singer.
The pristine album copy autographed by all the four members of the legendary band sells for a record price.
Janelle Arthur successfully turns 'I Will', a lesser-known song from the band, into a countrypolitan ballad.
The collaborator of The Beatles on their early career died Saturday, February 16 at the age of 72.
Norah did not speak as she joined half-sister Anoushka Shankar and her father's wife Sukanya, while Olivia Harrison recalled her late husband's unique bond with the sitar player.
The rejected audition tape of the legendary British band has resurfaced and will go on sale with bids starting at $29,000.