What Are the Beatles Most Streamed Songs by Age Group?

The Beatles joined nine music streaming services on Christmas Eve and two days later set records on one of them, Spotify, for the most simultaneous streams in the company’s history.

250 million and counting!

It’s been over a month and Spotify sifted through the data of who’s listening to what, based on age. Note: nearly 80% of streamers were not yet born when the band broke-up in 1970.

Today on Beatles Wednesday we’re playing the streaming champions, thus far.

17 & Under

1.Here Comes The Sun

2.Let It Be

3.Hey Jude


1.I Want To Hold Your Hand

2.Here Comes The Sun

3.Come Together


1.I Want To Hold Your Hand

2.Penny Lane

3.You Never Give Me Your Money


1.She Loves You

2.Paperback Writer

3.Ticket To Ride


1.We Can Work It Out

2.A Day In The Life

3.Ticket To Ride


1.Back In The U.S.S.R.

2.We Can Work It Out

3.Ticket To Ride


1.Rock And Roll Music

2.Back In The U.S.S.R.

3.Mean Mr Mustard

Spotify has cool charts and graphs with more info on the unprecedented listening, including where it’s happening. So far just on this planet.

Btw, their streaming ad is nothing less than spectacular. If you missed it, I highly recommend pressing play: 😉


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