We always knew The Beatles were way ahead of their time, but this is NUTS! Kanye West has never been one to shy away from risk when it comes to his music, so when he recruited the virtually unknown British pop star Paul McCartney for his new song All Day, we weren't TOO surprised! But if you [...]
Lollapalooza is still two months away, but festival founder and Jane's Addiction frontman Perry Farrell is already getting excited about headliners Paul McCartney and Metallica. "I was so influenced by Paul McCartney and the Beatles that, when I was in kindergarten, I faked a British accent and told everyone I...
Paul McCartney has penned seven or eight new songs for an upcoming animated feature he's producing titled High in the Clouds, based on the children's book McCartney co-authored in 2005. News of McCartney's new music comes in a Deadline story about a troubled production company called RGH Entertainment that's been tasked with creating...
Dads everywhere, rejoice: Paul McCartney will show the kids how it's done at this year's Lollapalooza music festival In addition to the Beatle, Metallica and Florence and the Machine will headline this year's popular music fest in Chicago. Show More Summary
In addition to what was announced in March, including headliners Paul McCartney, Metallica, Sam Smith... The post Lollapalooza announces full 2015 schedule; some huge show time conflicts in store appeared first on Chicago Entertainment - Chicago Sun-Times.
Paul McCartney, Flying Lotus, or The Weeknd? alt-J or First Aid Kit? The War on Drugs or Alabama Shakes?
This year's Lollapalooza festival takes place July 31-August 2 at Chicago's Grant Park, featuring Paul McCartney, Metallica, Tame Impala, Florence and the Machine, Sam Smith, the Weeknd, A$AP Rocky, the War on Drugs, Flying Lotus, and more. Today the fest has announced its full schedule, and as usual, many of its big names overlap. Show More Summary
For the hard-core Beatles fans, touring the childhood homes of Paul McCartney and John Lennon isn't the only thing you should do when visiting Liverpool. There's also the Cavern Club where the boys played in their early days (due toShow More Summary
Paul McCartney's 'McCartney II' Turns 35 Years Old: How It Foretold The Sound Of 1980s Pop
This article originally appeared on Noisey UK. Sometimes you think progress is happening in the world. That there’s not going to be another Tory Government, another series of New Tricks, or a horrifying novelty rap song starring Paul McCartney and a children’s choir asking people to sign an online petition. Show More Summary
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Paul McCartney desperately wants the Gallagher brothers to work out their differences and reform Oasis. McCartney spoke in support of the now disbanded Manchester Britpop lineup and has offered his advice to Noel and Liam Gallagher.Show More Summary
Paul McCartney urged Oasis' perennially feuding brothers Noel and Liam Gallagher to stop looking back in anger and give music another shot: "My advice to them? Just get together and make some good music," McCartney said during an online Q&A with Japanese fans. "But they have got to want to do it....
Some dads really know how to party. Paul McCartney's stepson Arlen Shevell graduated from Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida, on May 9, and while McCartney was proudly watching Shevell accept his diploma from afar, he garnered some...Show More Summary
Dana Carvey can make most anyone laugh with his killer impressions (remember his Paul McCartney?), but even he can't keep a straight face impersonating Michael Caine. Carvey stopped by The Late Late Show With James Corden this week to chat with the host, and "Michael Caine" showed up as the show's bartender, who has apparently been there all along. Show More Summary
Paul McCartney will turn 73 years old this June, but age has yet to keep him from performing and touring across the globe. The former Beatle has carved one of the most prominent and successful solo careers of all-time, producing 16 studio albums since 1970 and selling millions of records [...]
He also explained how "Only One" was in part inspired by "Let It Be." Read more...
Photo by Inez and Vinoodh In a new interview with The Sun (via Rolling Stone), Paul McCartney revealed that Kanye West's McCartney-assisted single "Only One" was inspired by the Beatles' "Let It Be". Well, more accurately, it was inspired by the story that inspired "Let It Be". Show More Summary
"We'd ping-pong till we had a song. [Working with West] was like that."