Sir Paul McCartney has knighted for his contributions to music in 1997, and his late Beatles bandmates John Lennon and George Harrison will have to enjoy the honor posthumously if at all. Ringo Starr, though, is still very much alive and, as of today, is also very much a knight.
You can officially put a "Sir" on it -- Ringo Starr took a knee Tuesday morning and received his Knighthood, a mere 21 years after Sir Paul McCartney... but no one's counting, right? The Beatles drummer was dubbed into the club, of royal…
If you close your eyes and listen to Amiri and Rahiem Taylor sing together, you might just mistake the talented musicians for John Lennon and Paul McCartney. No, seriously - they're that good. The identical twin brothers are based in...Show More Summary
The late George Harrison was labeled “The Quiet One” among the members of the greatest rock group the world will ever know. The iconic songwriting team of John Lennon and Paul McCartney blasted The Beatles into the highest stratum of eternal superstardom during the 1960’s. Show More Summary
Three motor cars with star-studded histories will be offered at Bonhams Goodwood Members? Meeting Sale on Sunday 18 March. The first is a 1967 Lamborghini 400 GT 2+2 (£400,000-500,000) which was originally owned by Beatles legend, Sir Paul McCartney. Show More Summary
These two subway musicians sound just like John Lennon and Paul McCartney.
This year’s Wolf Prize for music, awarded in Jerusalem, will be shared by an ex-Beatle and a Hungarian conductor. Any connection?
What do Jesus Christ, Herman Munster, TinkerBell and Elvis Presley have in common? Readers of this week’s Globe magazine can choose between life-like statuettes of all four, and I can’t help wondering which will be the biggest seller,...Show More Summary
These are the last photos ever taken of John Lennon and Paul McCartney together. They were taken in the spring of 1974. It would be 6 more years before Lennon was killed in New York. The two would meet for the last and final time in New York City in April 1976, but there are no pictures to document that visit. Show More Summary
It's not a new phenomenon for established mainstream musicians to create game soundtracks. Mark Mothersbaugh of Devo fame was largely responsible for The Sims 2 soundtrack; that little-known bloke Paul McCartney did work for Destiny's...Show More Summary
Jamie Dornan is showing off his singing skills on the newly released Fifty Shades Freed soundtrack! The 35-year-old Irish hottiep uts his on spin on Paul McCartney‘s 1970 hit song “Maybe I’m Amazed” – and we’re just going to pretend he’s serenading us all night. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Jamie Dornan Jamie‘s [...]
Paul McCartney‘s famous song “Maybe I’m Amazed” is featured in Fifty Shades Freed, which hits theaters this weekend! Jamie Dornan‘s character Christian Grey sings a cover of the song, which originally debuted in 1970, while sitting at his piano at his mountain house getaway. Fans of the movie may want to listen to the original [...]
Abramorama is lining up a limited theatrical run for Concert for George, the 2002 David Leland-directed documentary featuring rock biggies like Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Tom Petty, Eric Clapton and more gathering for a tribute concert to George Harrison, who had died the year before. Show More Summary
Last year, the fruit of many long labors was borne for my wife, and she was awarded a Princeton fellowship to further her scholarly work. By pure coincidence, or so she claims, Paul McCartney was playing in New Jersey the same September week that she had arranged to be there. She’d seen two shows from […]
I saw him and Gordon headlining on the Steel Pier at Atlantic City. What I did not know was the story of Paul McCartney finishing “World Without Love” for the duo. Peter tells it here. As well as going down into his family’s basement to hear the Fab Four’s “I Want To Hold Your Hand” […]
Paul McCartney, Michael Jackson, the Rolling Stones and Lady Gaga have all shined on the Super Bowl stage
1. New and interesting Jordan Peterson article: “He speaks in rapid-fire, um-less sentences. He doesn’t smile much.” In my view Peterson is one of the five most influential public intellectuals today. 2. Paul McCartney talks about the bass. Show More Summary
What were the Davids (Hockney and Lynch) chatting about with half the Beatles (Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr) at a barely lighted table in Hollywood? We don’t know either, but it was just one of the many memorable moments in a star-studded evening full of them thanks to British designer Stella...
Featuring Time’s Up signs and a cameo performance by Sir Paul McCartney.
Paris, meet Paul. Read more...