PASS THE GUINNESS! FABS SET RADIO RECORD

Hey, stats from us are one thing. But when the Guinness Book of World Records chimes in, you know you've got something.

Well, the planetary authority on the largest babies and fastest Rubik's Cube completion has pronounced that "Now and Then," Apple Corps/Capitol's track that (via the miracle of modern technology) brought all four Beatles together one last time, now holds the record for "most radio stations to simulcast a music track."

This exceptional feat of broadcasting was enabled by iHeart, which directed no fewer than 760 of its U.S. stations to premiere the song on 11/2.

To celebrate this landmark, Greg Marella and team are currently sharing the world's largest black and tan.

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