In the song it was 20 years ago - but in real life it is 50 years ago today that The Beatles brought out what is probably their most famous album of all time - Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Heart's Club Band.
Not surprisingly, the city of Liverpool is very proudly celebrating that fact.
Tonight a new film about the album is having its premiere there and lots of other Sgt Pepper related events are also planned over the rest of the summer.
- Watch Tim Scott's report:
The original Strawberry Field gates are to go on display in Liverpool to mark fifty years since the UK release of The Beatles' hit.Read the full story ›
The record that secured The Beatles EMI recording contract is going on display in LiverpoolRead the full story ›
Previously unseen footage of the Beatles performing on their first North American tour is expected to sell for more than £10,000 at auction.Read the full story ›
Sir Paul McCartney has stepped up a bid to reclaim the ownership of the many Beatles hits he wrote with John Lennon.Read the full story ›
The world-famous Cavern Club in Liverpool is celebrating its 60th birthday.
The music venue in a cellar on Mathew Street became synonymous with the Merseybeat movement in the 1960s.
It was where the likes of The Beatles, Gerry and the Pacemakers and other bands began their rise-to-fame.
John Lennon's sister Julia Baird said the new documentary film about the Beatles brought back floods of memories.
She attended the premier of Academy Award winner Ron Howard’s film The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years yesterday along with other members of the Lennon family.
A "lost" Beatles record that was found after being missing for more than 50 years has sold for £18,000 at auction.Read the full story ›
A re-staging of the Beatles Abbey Road sessions is coming to Liverpool tonight as part of an international tour that's said to be the closest thing to being in studio with the band. Four local lads have worked with the Beatles original recording engineer Geoff Emerick to bring their performance to the Echo arena stage for one night only.
Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr have paid tribute to the record producer Sir George Martin who made them stars.
He died yesterday aged 90.
The legendary producer heard the Liverpool quartet's demo tape in 1962 when he was head of the Parlophone label, and there began a partnership that was to change the face of popular music forever.