The Beatles Entire Catalog Will Hit Streaming Services Soon

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One of the biggest bands ever assembled, The Beatles have confirmed that their catalog will be available on streaming services very soon.

"The group's long holdout from streaming mirror their belated arrival to the world of downloads, via an exclusive contract with Apple's iTunes in 2010," according to Billboard, who first reported rumors of the move.

"There's no such exclusivity in their streaming plan, though: Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, Deezer, Google Play, Amazon Prime, Slacker, Microsoft's Groove, and Rhapsody (including its Napster service in the UK) will all have access to The Beatles' library of classic songs."

All of the hits from "Anna" to "Yellow Submarine," fans of the classic rock band will be able to stream all of the greatest hits. Fans in the U.S. and Canada will have the chance to stream the music come midnight. So, on Christmas Eve you can mix in a little bit of The Beatles with your normal Christmas carols.