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I’ve loved this album for a long time. I love the messiness of it - you really get the sense that it was DIY project. Coming from being perhaps the biggest musician in the world (and working on some of the most expensive and professional recordings of all time), I have so much respect for him for making an album like Ram or McCartney... Continue reading…
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The mullet is a hairstyle that is short at the front and sides and long in the back. Mullets were used by rock stars Rod Stewart, David Bowie, Andy Mackay of Roxy Music, and Paul McCartney as far back as the early 1970s. The zenith of...Show More Summary
It’s finally here. After months of waiting to see what Channel 4’s version of the beloved Great British Bake Off was going to be, we’ve been given a trailer of … stop-motion pastries and bread singing a Paul McCartney song while being baked. (They really want to show off that ... More »
The Great British Bake Off (or, in America, Great British Baking Show) is undergoing a transformation; whatever may happen to its tone, the next series will not feature Mary Berry as judge, and hosts Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins have also departed, leaving…Paul Hollywood as the one leftover from the original series. Oof. So those who have fallen […]
In a rather brilliant but creepy trailer, a yummy variety anthropomorphic baked goods sang a rousing chorus of the Paul McCartney/Rupert And The Frog song “We All Stand Together” to announce the return of the popular cooking show “The Great British Bake Off” on its new home of Channel 4. Follow the trials and tribulations...
Foo Fighters' upcoming album Concrete And Gold features a whole bunch of guests, including Boyz II Men's Shawn Stockman and some mystery pop star who Dave Grohl won't reveal. And, as ET Canada reports, it'll also feature Paul McCartney. "Paul McCartney plays drums on one of our songs. He's a pal. We’ve known him for…
However, McCartney is not the surprise guest “star” that Dave Grohl has been teasing
Since the 1960s, politics has always been the musician’s friend. Cheap shots about the President of the United States will always ensure relevance (and publicity). Beatles music legend Paul McCartney shared with the students of the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts (LIPA) that he had just composed a song about Donald Trump. Show More Summary
Earlier in the year, Ringo Starr tweeted a picture of him with former Beatle Paul McCartney, saying “Thanks for coming over man and playing Great bass. I love you man peace and love.” Seven minutes later, he’d tweet another photo of the two of them with Joe Walsh, saying “And look out Joe W. Show More Summary
Recently, Paul McCartney visited the Liverpool Institute Of Performing Arts—a school he co-founded and attended many years ago when it was just a high school—and it sounds like while he was there he teased that a song on his upcoming album will be about Donald Trump. Show More Summary
Paul McCartney may have something to say about Donald Trump on his forthcoming untitled album, according to the Liverpool Echo.
Paul McCartney will apparently have something to say about Donald Trump on his forthcoming as-yet untitled album from a comment he made during a visit to students at the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts last week. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Paul McCartney joins fellow Beatle Ringo Starr on the drummer’s new single, “We’re On the Road Again”, playing bass and offering back up vocals. The track also features the Eagles’ Joe Walsh (Starr’s brother-in-law), Edgar Winter, and, the song’s co-writer, Toto’s Steve Lukather. As one... Continue reading
Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr have debuted "We're on the Road Again."