A couple of months ago in a New Yorker article about Paul McCartney's new record, I saw this: "McCartney has been famous at an unimaginable level longer for than nearly anyone else alive." We're all going to define "famous at an unimaginable...Show More Summary
by Bill Pearis Bill Calahan's album Dream River has topped MOJO magazine's Best Albums of 2013 list which is in the new year-end issue. Seems about right for a magazine that had both Paul McCartney on the cover of one...
Simmmply havvving some wonderful hol-i-days! Simmmply haaAaaving some wonderful hol-i-days, both Thanksgiving and Hannukah! (Paul McCartney!) One of my favorite things to do during Thanksgiving is plan that I’m going to get a bunch of work done while I’m at home — the kind of work that I usually put off because I’m too busy [...]
I wonder if Paul McCartney could be as adorable and make all the girls squee like this cute rat star! “Here’s Bombay. She’s learning to play the rat-tar.” - Lily S.-W.Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: Pocket Pets, rats
by Wyatt Marshall PETA just released a new set of limited edition stamps featuring famous vegetarians, and a bevy of musicians and music industry folks are included on the sheet amongst the likes of Bob Barker and Joaquin Phoenix (though...
Earl Sweatshirt’s Doris has easily been one of our favorite hip-hop albums of the year, so we want to know a little bit more about how it came to be. Earl stopped by NPR’s Microphone Check with Vince Staples to discuss his debut, among other things. Show More Summary
Paul McCartney “Queenie Eye” Paul McCartney is so good that a late period record like New, which comes over 30 years past his prime as an artist and is only a little better than his past few solo records, still is drastically better than most every pop-rock album released in the same year. “Queenie Eye,” […]
I think one of the cheekiest things we ever did was to say to Brian Epstein, “We’re not going to America until we’ve got a Number One record.” – Paul McCartney The Beatles seemed to come out of nowhere to conquer America in 1964, but in fact, we kne …
The musician has made public a letter he wrote to the Russian leader a month ago. He’s awaiting a reply:. picture: BBC, 2003 Greetings from Japan. Check out my letter below to President Vladimir Putin which he has not replied to as yet. The Russian Ambassador kindly responded saying that their situation ‘is not properly represented […]
Even though he often gets compared to Paul McCartney, Jann Klose’s down to earth style captures a relatable warmth and casual spirit. He was recently featured as the singing voice for Tim Buckley in the film Greetings from Tim Buckley...Show More Summary
LONDON (AP) — Paul McCartney is urging Russian President Vladimir Putin to release 30 people arrested during a Greenpeace protest at an Arctic oil rig almost two months ago. In letter addressed "Dear Vladimir," the former Beatle tells...Show More Summary
Sir Paul McCartney wrote a letter to Russian President Vladimir Putin urging the release of the Greenpeace prisoners, now known as the Arctic 30. Read More The post Paul McCartney Pens Letter to Putin in Support of Greenpeace appeared first on Ecorazzi.
Paul McCartney wrote to Russian President Vladimir Putin, urging him to free Greenpeace activists arrested for protesting against Arctic oil drilling.
Former Beatle Paul McCartney said on Thursday he had written to President Vladimir Putin to enlist his help in securing the release of a group of Greenpeace activists detained in Russia.Twenty-eight activists and two journalists face...Show More Summary
Who or what could upstage these musicians: Bruce Springsteen, Billy Joel, Alicia Keys, Michael Stipe, Chris Martin, Eddie Vedder, Roger Waters, The Rolling Stones, Sir Paul McCartney? Maybe a big storm. Aerial shots of the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy are intercut with concert footage in the new documentary 12-12-12. Show More Summary
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Former Beatle Paul McCartney said on Thursday he had written to President Vladimir Putin to enlist his help in securing the release of a group of Greenpeace activists detained in Russia.
Ex-Beatle Paul McCartney has written a letter to Russian President Vladimir Putin asking him to find a way to free 30 people detained during a Greenpeace protest against Arctic oil drilling.
Music lovers of a certain age will recall a British duet team called Peter & Gordon who had a number of hit songs during the mid-to-late 1960s. Their first big number was with a song Paul McCartney wrote as a teenager, World Without Love, in […]