Beatles Come to Apple Music Streaming Dec 24

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The Beatles' extensive music library is officially jumping into the streaming music game, including Apple Music, on December 24th. The band's albums will be available starting at 12:01AM local time, just in time for some last minute Christmas Eve dancing.

The Beatles come to streaming music Christmas Eve

Along with Apple Music, The Beatles collection will be available on Deezer, Google Play, Microsoft Groove, Amazon Prime, Rhapsody, Spotify, Slacker, and Tidal.

The first venture into the world of downloadable music in 2010 with an exclusive iTunes Store deal. When Apple Music was unveiled, however, The Beatles weren't anywhere to be found.

Taylor Swift was a holdout, too, but did finally swing a deal so her songs would be available on Apple's streaming music service. That left The Beatles as a big empty spot in the Apple Music lineup.

It seems the streaming music services couldn't let it be and decided to come together so we can all twist and shout come Christmas eve—or any time at all.

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Looks like we're only a few hours away from being able to stream The Beatles here, there and everywhere.

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