Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones, Neil Young, Paul McCartney, the Who, and Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters will perform on the same billing for the first time ever in October, according to The LA Times. Who is responsible for bringing together...Show More Summary
It's clear that something is brewing
The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, the Who and Roger Waters have all released teasers surrounding their involvement in a rumored mega-festival set to take place at the Coachella festival grounds in October. All of the acts posted teasers for the blockbuster fall event on their social media accounts. In a 30-second clip, the Stones...
Have you ever seen your father faint for three days straight? Well, steel yourself, because the company behind Coachella is bringing all his favorite musicians together for a festival this fall. Goldenvoice will be hosting Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones, the Who, Neil Young, and Pink Floyd's Roger ... More »
Two of the ladies met with Macca backstage in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Gird your loins, ladies and gentlemen; the mother of all cash grabs is going to descend upon the hallowed grounds of Indio, California this October in all its geriatric glory. Rumors of a 3-day mega-festival of classic rock titans has...Show More Summary
AEG-owned concert promoter Goldenvoice—the company behind Coachella— recently revealed plans for a mega-concert featuring Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Rolling Stones, the Who, and Roger Waters. The festival is slated to take...Show More Summary
Oldchella is real! Last month, we reported that Coachella organizers GoldenVoice were planning a massive boomer-rock festival for this October. Apparently, the Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, the Who, Roger Waters, and Neil Young will be heading to Coachella’s site, the Empire Polo Field in Indio, California. The stars will reportedly have their full […]
While in Arkansas for a concert, Paul McCartney met with two of the women from the “Little Rock Nine” who inspired the Beatles’ song “Blackbird.” According to Arkansas Times Blog, Thelma Mothershed Wair and Elizabeth Eckford stood with McCartney for a photo the Verizon...
The song “Blackbird,” off of The Beatles’ infamous 1968 self-titled album is a classic that encapsulates the mood felt by many during the Civil Rights movement of 1960’s America. On Saturday, Sir Paul McCartney had the opportunity to meet the women who inspired this song. Show More Summary
Reassessing McCartney, the Decent—and Insecure—Beatle When Philip Norman set out to write his new biography of Paul McCartney, the last person he expected to cooperate was the ex-Beatle himself. In his 1981 best-selling book on the Beatles, Shout!, Norman had displayed a clear bias in...
When Philip Norman set out to write his new biography of Paul McCartney, the last person he expected to cooperate was the ex-Beatle himself. In his 1981 best-selling book on the Beatles, Shout!, Norman had displayed a clear bias in favor...Show More Summary
Paul McCartney met two of the women who helped inspire the Beatles' White Album classic "Blackbird" backstage at his Little Rock, Arkansas concert Saturday night. The women, Thelma Mothershed Wair and Elizabeth Eckford, were two members of the Little Rock Nine, a group of nine black students who faced discrimination and the lasting impact...
Journalist Paul Du Noyer Reflects On Four Decades Of Interviewing Paul McCartney: 'He Doesn’t Know How To Write A Song!'
He loved them, yeah, yeah, yeah! Legendary Beatle Paul McCartney bedded a bevy of beauties, and once enjoyed a four-way sex romp while touring with the pop group in the… READ ON
It must have been weird being an ex-Beatle in 1978, adrift in a world of disco music. Eight years after Let It Be, Paul McCartney and George Harrison were still scoring hits, while John Lennon was in a self-imposed showbiz exile. Meanwhile, Ringo Starr had hit a wall. Show More Summary
The intimate photo collection — which include snapshots of Paul McCartney, David Bowie, Debbie Harry, Lemmy Kilmister, David Lee Roth, Rod Stewart, and Elton John — come from the simply titled Rock Stars in Their Underpants, a book by...Show More Summary
One Direction ranks high in the hearts and minds of many excited young girls. All eyes are upon Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Niall Horan, and Louis Tomlinson. It was the same 50 years ago when young girls were afflicted with Beatlemania. Show More Summary
A mega concert rumored to feature an impressive line-up of yesterday’s men, including Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, The Who, Neil Young, and Pink Floyd, has been billed as the “greatest rock festival of all-time.” The question remains: Will this baby boomer’s bash and pensioner’s party finally finish off the frail and wasted body of rock... Show More Summary
Reaction, news updates and history as Prince is mourned around the world April 21 2016, 6:06 PM The music world lost a legend today. Prince died Thursday morning in his home recording studio in Chanhassen, Minn.Read the obituary: Music great Prince dies at 57Full coverage on Prince's deathPhoto...