One of the last big holdouts in streaming is finally coming to Spotify, Apple Music and others.

The Beatles catalogue is finally coming to streaming services on December 24, according to a report by Recode.

According to industry sources, the band’s catalogue will be available on all of the major streaming services, including Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play, Tidal and Amazon Prime Music.

The Beatles are one of the last major acts not to be available on streaming services, though much of the band’s music was already available to listen to on YouTube and Pandora.

It’s the first major leap in technological adoption for The Beatles since 2010, when the band’s music was released digitally on iTunes and sold two million songs in the first week.



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