Tuxedo with a funky version of the Paul McCartney yuletide anthem “Wonderful Christmastime”.
Paul McCartney (The Beatles) and Mick Jagger (The Rolling Stones) are travelling across the table from each other on a train at Euston Station on their way to Bangor on the Fifth of August 1967. (Photo by Victor Blackman/Express/Getty Images)
One of my favorite bands - a corny, fun-loving group that goes by the name of Golden Bloom (here's their Outlaw Roadshow page) has gone and covered an over-the-top Christmas classic by everyone's favorite living Beatle, Paul McCartney (sorry Ringo). This is something that even the most skeptical of you can believe in. GOLDEN BLOOM Web / My / Fb / Tw
The passing of Joe Cocker continues to rock Hollywood. Everyone from Hugh Laurie to Miles Teller reacted to the legendary Blues singer’s death on Twitter. Laurie drummed up some of his quirky humor to commemorate the musician while Ricky Gervais left his humor for another occasion to mourn Cocker. Show More Summary
Paul McCartney revealed in a recent interview that he has been working on a protest song in reaction to the widespread protests all over the country in reaction to the cases of Michael Brown and Eric Garner.
It used to be a leak trashed an album’s commercial chances. Could just the opposite be true now? Madonna’s a has-been. Like Paul McCartney and Tom Petty. Someone everybody knows who has trouble selling new music. But unlike McCartney and Petty, Madge is a trendster, she didn’t just replicate an old sound on her new […] The post Rebel Heart appeared first on Lefsetz Letter.
Kendrick Lamar, Tina Fey, David Byne, James Franco, and more pick their preferred Beatle.
John Lennon and Paul McCartney were probably the two most influential songwriters in the 20th Century, and quite possibly two of the best songwriters of all time. If anyone is involved in any way, shape, or form in modern music, there’s...Show More Summary
Originally built by Steinway in 1877, the piano played by many of Motown's top artists was restored and returned to Detroit, thanks to the efforts of Paul McCartney. The tale mirrors the story of Steinway itself.
John Lennon or Paul McCartney? It's a question that has haunted mankind throughout all of human history, starting from the days of Plato droning on about the vibes of "Plastic Ono Band" and Aristotle arguing passionately for the superiority...Show More Summary
Sir Paul McCartney had the perfect response after losing to his grandkids at "Beatles Rock Band," the video game that allows you to strum along to your favorite rock and roll hits. On The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon the other night, McCartney expressed good-natured frustration with the game. Show More Summary
John Lennon and Paul McCartney were, obviously, an artistic partnership for the ages. And it can be surprisingly tricky to tell which Beatles songs each of them was mostly responsible for, at least on their early records. Still, most...Show More Summary
Everyone has one.
Paul McCartney was recently on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. He spends some time making jokes about the ?thunderous applause? from the audience as well as the music career, but it doesn't take long to explain his involvement with the game Destiny and why he doesn't play video games.Click To Continue Reading
Tuesday night, The Colbert Report welcomed Kendrick Lamar as the show’s final musical guest—a double-edged sword, Colbert noted, joking that Paul McCartney, R.E.M., Jack White, and Nas were all his opening acts. Not that Kendrick minds that sort of pressure. Show More Summary
Paul McCartney was interviewed on The Daily Show With Jon Stewart last night. He was there to talk about his original song “Hope For The Future” that he made for the video game Destiny — which McCartney says he hasn’t played much, though his grandkids have — but they mainly riff off of each other [...]
Paul McCartney is still trying to impress family members despite his status as one of the most-recognized pop-music stars of the past 50 years.
The following article is provided by Rolling Stone. By ANDY GREENE Ringo Starr first learned he was receiving the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's Award for Musical Excellence when Paul McCartney called him up about two weeks ago. "He said, 'Would you accept the award?'" Starr says. Show More Summary
The wife of John Lennon’s assassin, Mark David Chapman, has revealed her belief that the remaining Beatles will forgive her husband for the murder of their bandmate, astonishingly stating that she thinks Paul McCartney would “get on well” with his best friend’s killer. Show More Summary
1. Dr Dre ($620m) 2. Beyoncé ($115m) 3. The Eagles ($100m) 4. Bon Jovi ($82m) 5. Bruce Springsteen ($81m) 6. Justin Bieber ($80m) 7. One Direction ($75m) 8. Paul McCartney ($71m) 9. Calvin Harris ($66m) 10. Toby Keith ($65m) 11. Taylor Swift ($64m) There is more here. Dre did so well from selling a music […]