Music legend Paul McCartney connects with photographer Tom Craig to cover the August 2015 issue of Esquire UK. The magazine’s Music issue, McCartney talks about still performing in concert when it’s not financially necessary. The 73 year-old singer shares, “Two reasons: I love it, and it’s my job. Show More Summary
On this day thirty-five years ago, "Coming Up" by Paul McCartney was the nation's number-one single....
Paul McCartney performed in Columbia, South Carolina last night and took a moment to perform a tribute for the nine victims of the Charleston shooting.
Legendary musician Paul McCartney has long been an outspoken supporter of animal rights, but at a concert in Columbia, South Carolina, on Thursday, he took a moment to support a more human cause. "This next song, we would like to dedicate...Show More Summary
The former Beatle dedicated "The Long and Winding Road" to victims of last week's mass shooting
We pray that people of all colors will be able to live together in peace and harmony. So said Paul McCartney on Thursday night while performing a concert in South Carolina, the state in which nine people died this month after DylannShow More Summary
Performing in South Carolina on Thursday night, Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Paul McCartney dedicated a song to the victims of the mass shooting in Charleston. "We pray that people of all colors will be able to live together in peace and...Show More Summary
Paul McCartney had been on the road for nearly a year when his Flowers in the Dirt tour finally touched down in Liverpool on June 28th, 1990. This was a special night since McCartney had been completely off the road since the final Wings trek in 1979, and this was his...
photos by Dana (distortion) Yavin, words by Andrew Sacher Paul McCartney @ Philly's Wells Fargo Arena - 6/21/2015 I've said it before, but even at over 70 years old, Paul McCartney remains an unparalleled live act. From his endless energy,...
When "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" shut down Hollywood Boulevard for a Paul McCartney concert two years ago, so many people turned up that the former Beatle, gazing into a sea of humanity, cracked, "You all right back there in... Santa Monic...
When you were young and your heart was an open book You used to say live and let live… But if this ever-changing world in which we're living Makes you give in and cry… Say live and let die. – Paul McCartney, the Bond movie theme, performed by Wings I am not sure if my [...]
Firefly’s third day began with a massive Paul McCartney hangover. Luckily, that quickly gave way to a new batch of talented artists on the festival’s seven stages (and smaller performances scattered throughout). Mallory Turner photographed some of them; see them in the gallery above, and check out more from Thursday and Friday here.
Sir Paul McCartney honored the Charleston shooting victims during Dover, Deleware’s, Firefly music festival. On Friday evening, the legendary musician dedicated his performance of “The Long and Winding Road,” to the victims and their families. Show More Summary
Paul McCartney dedicated a Beatles ballad to the victims of the Charleston church massacre as he voiced hope for peace among races. The former Beatle enjoyed a rapturous welcome by thousands Friday night as he played the Firefly Music Festival in the eastern US state of Delaware, where another...
Paul McCartney and Run the Jewels were among the artists to pay tribute to the victims of the Charleston shooting during their performances at Delaware's Firefly Festival Friday night. During McCartney's headlining set, the rocker paused before "The Long and Winding Road" to remember the nine people killed during bible study at Charleston's...
Cuba Libre! — because nothing screams freedom like charicatures of Fidel Castro and Che Guevera Paul McCartney’s fashion designer daughter... The post Stella McCartney’s Anti-Cruelty Fashion Line Celebrates Marxist Killers Fidel Castro & Che Guevera appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
image credit The Beatles were an English rock band that formed in Liverpool in 1960. With members John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, they became widely regarded as the greatest and most influential act of the rock era.Here are 10 Facts You (Probably) Didn't Know About The Beatles. The Presurfer
Nate Ruess, lead singer of Fun, answered fans' questions after his solo TODAY summer concert series performance, revealing the secrets of his new solo album "Grand Romantic" and more.
Today is June 18th. Roger would have been 73 years old. He was born the same day and year as Paul McCartney, who I recently ran into and who expressed beautiful sentiments about Roger. So Happy Birthday Roger, Happy Birthday Paul. There is a simple joy in celebrating Roger's birthday in a way that I know he would have appreciated. Show More Summary
"We didn't want to appear as a gang of idiots" -- a very young Paul McCartney. To celebrate McCartney's birthday on June 18, The Huffington Post has pulled together 11 obscure pieces of trivia about The Beatles from their earliest interviews. 1. Show More Summary