In the movie world you would not expect a smallish screening for a movie like Rock the Kasbah to have a night like this, but Bill Murray has great karma. Rock legends turned out in East Hampton Friday night: Sir Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen, Jon Bon Jovi, to start. Show More Summary
As a part of TODAY's Backstage Pass series, Darius Rucker answered fan questions, spilling his secrets on what career he would have pursued if he hadn't made it in music and which celebrity makes him most star struck
Scarface at Gibson Studios (all photos by the author) When Scarface arrived for his interview with Noisey at Gibson studios in New York, he immediately took a stool and grabbed Paul McCartney’s lefty guitar, ripping out the licks toShow More Summary
AL-BUKAMAL, SYRIA—Calling it another heinous act designed to shock the conscience, international experts confirmed Thursday that members of the Islamic terrorist group ISIS recently destroyed a Hofner bass guitar signed by music legend Paul McCartney. Show More Summary
A year ago, we learned the fascinating and tantalizing news that Kanye West and Paul McCartney were working together, and that one of their collaborations was to be called “Piss On Your Grave.” It seemed unlikely, but we’ve heard a few examples of what happens when West and McCartney work together. And now we’ll get […]
Paul McCartney has added five more dates to the never-ending tour that is his life, announcing October stops in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan, New York state, and Canada. The dates, which are ostensibly part of the former Beatle’s “Out...Show More Summary
The Beatle will play five big concerts in October.
photo: Paul McCartney in Philly (more by Dana (distortion) Yavin) We recently caught Sir Paul at Firefly Fest, in Philly and then at Lollapalooza. Today five more Paul Mcartney shows were announced. To quote the press release:The McCartney live...
Just two years separated Paul McCartney's second and third solo albums, 1980's McCartney II and 1982's Tug of War, but a lot changed for the ex-Beatle during that time. Two months after he reunited with Beatles producer George Martin in October of 1980 to begin recording Tug of War —...
CoSigned psych pop songwriter also tackles Traffic's "Paper Sun".
She went to Dos Caminos, too. This week in New York, the usual array of celebrity Hamptonites — Paul McCartney, Jimmy Fallon, Lorne Michaels, Alec Baldwin, and Jack Nicholson — all got together for dinner at Nick & Toni's, while Robert Downey Jr. Show More Summary
When we spoke with John Pizzarelli for MiB, he told the story of Paul McCartney contacting him to suggest an album of the former Beatle’s lesser known songs, the jazz guitarist immediately said yes. Here is the first effort from John Pizzarelli’s new upcoming album, Midnight McCartney (also available in digital download format):
Truman is doing much better, though the vet ruled that he needs to be on antibiotics for another two weeks. He was so happy in the car as we drove to the vet, squeaking along to Paul McCartney. Maybe he thought we were going to the store where we buy his cookies. But then we […]
McCartney suggested that Pizzarelli record an album of the former Beatle's songs.
..yes we do! Rolling Stone Keith Richards (above) and Paul McCartney (below) as seen on Blog.Piktureplanet.com. Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: 1970s Classic Rock Reference, Flashback Friday
These celebrity selfies are ones you never saw coming. Could you have ever guessed these stars would be in selfies together? 1. Paul McCartney and Warren Buffett Paul McCartney and Warren Buffett had dinner together in Omaha, as evidenced by this kid's amazing selfie. 2. Show More Summary
Ms. Minaj headed to the Meatpacking District. This week in New York, Uma Thurman filmed scenes for her upcoming movie at Le Souk; Ricky Gervais went to Swifty’s; and Hampton’s mainstay Nick & Toni’s welcomed a parade of celebs that included Jack Nicholson, Jimmy Fallon, Lorne Michaels, Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick, and Christie Brinkley. Show More Summary
The last time we heard from Hollywood Vampires, the rock band started by Johnny Depp, Alice Cooper, and Aerosmith’s Joe Perry, the group was just a wonderful, beautiful dream created by a famous actor who hates it when famous actors are in bands (a fact that we keep bringing up only because it’s really funny). Show More Summary
It's my daughter's YouTube debut. She's wearing a plaid bow tie strapped to the collar of her My Chemical Romance t-shirt and her hair is plastered to her forehead, as though she is channeling her inner Paul McCartney (late 60's Paul, not Paul McCartney with Wings Paul). Show More Summary
Displaying the kind of subtle linguistic wit for which he’s known, Keith Richards decided it was high time to go on record with a few thoughts about the output of The Beatles, a ’60s band Paul McCartney was in before Wings. In a newShow More Summary