The Beatles’ back catalogue will now be available on 50,000 digital jukeboxes across North America, courtesy of a licensing deal between Apple Corps, EMI and TouchTunes. The band’s 13 studio albums and several compilations will be added to the latter’s catalogue from the start of April, making them available for playing in the jukeboxes situated in bars and restaurants. “TouchTunes has been a great partner of ours, and their network offers a unique listening experience for fans to enjoy the incredible music of The Beatles together,” says EMI Music boss Roger Faxon in a statement.

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