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Paul McCartney Preps 'Tug of War,' 'Pipes of Peace' Reissues

Paul McCartney's early Eighties efforts, Tug of War and Pipes of Peace, will be reissued on October 2nd, with both arriving as multi-disc sets boasting numerous previously unreleased demos and outtakes. Both Tug of War and Pipes of Peace feature a number of classic McCartney cuts, including his duets with Stevie Wonder ("Ebony...

Lollapalooza guide: Greg Kot's day-by-day picks

8 hours agoMusic / Rock & Pop : Turn It Up

At about 7:45 p.m. Friday, expect something of a seismic test as the world discovers whether 100,000 people standing in front of a single stage (for headliner Paul McCartney) will make Grant Park tilt in that direction. It's the Lollapalooza Festival, when you and 99,999 of your closest friends...

Review: Saxon Hotel, Villas & Spa Johannesburg

My friend Mike recently shared his experience with an SPG Moments event, whereby he got two tickets in the SPG Suite at a Paul McCartney concert, followed by his experience using the American Express Platinum concierge to secure reservations...Show More Summary

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Lollapalooza reveals 2015 webcast schedule

Featuring Paul McCartney, Metallica, Florence and the Machine, Alt-J, Alabama Shakes, and more.

Meek Mill slams Drake, accuses him of using ghostwriters

Where would Paul McCartney be without John Lennon? Where would Keith Richards be without fellow "Glimmer Twin" Mick Jagger? Where would Drake be without... Quentin Miller?

How Marketers at Music Fests Are Trying to Engage Fans On-Site and Online

Those tickets to Lollapalooza weren't cheap, and they didn't even come with red carpet-style perks that could help turn the upcoming Chicago show with Metallica and Paul McCartney into a cushy, content-rich VIP experience. Bud Light empathizes, festival fans. Show More Summary

Paul McCartney Can’t Teach Music Says Ex-Wife

last weekNews : NewsFeed

Heather Mills says she oversees their daughter's musical education

TV Club: Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll: “Don’t Wanna Die Anonymous”

There’s the old adage that “rock ’n’ roll never dies,” a cliché that’s arguably hard to dismiss considering that six-string veterans from The Rolling Stones and Paul McCartney to Foo Fighters and Metallica continue to headline the world’s biggest music festivals year after year. Show More Summary

‘Across The Sky’, A Johnny Rock Remix of ‘Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey’ by Paul and Linda McCartney

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

“Across The Sky” is a really great remix by J-Rock (a.k.a. Johnny Rock) of the catchy refrain from “Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey” by Paul McCartney and Linda McCartney. The remix is available on Johnny Rock’s album The Flip Out. I came across the song on yesterday’s “Super Powered Hoverboard” episode of the always awesome daily vlog […]

Watch Paul McCartney's Backstage Antics at Rock Hall Ceremony

Ringo Starr turned 75 on July 7th, and to celebrate, Paul McCartney has shared with Rolling Stone an exclusive, behind-the-scenes video from this year's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony in Cleveland, where he delivered his fellow Beatle's induction speech. In this four-minute video from before, during and after the April 18th ceremony,...

PAUL MCCARTNEY: I was frustrated that John Lennon became ‘The Beatles’ after his death

John Lennon has been dead for 35 years, but that hasn't stopped his former Beatles bandmate Paul McCartney from talking about the dead singer and rehashing some of the same issues that tore the band apart back in 1970. In a new interview...Show More Summary

Paul McCartney Condemns British Government Over Fox Hunting

Paul McCartney has spoken out about the British government's impending amendment that will once again open the door for fox hunting in England and Wales. In a statement, the bassist and longtime animal rights activist called the sport "cruel and unnecessary" and threatened that, by passing the bill, the conservative Tory...

McCartney Martyr Commentary: Paul Says John Lennon’s Image Was Significantly Revised After Death

Paul McCartney’s “martyr” comments regarding John Lennon are stirring up quite a bit of buzz. The Beatles musician is opening up about how he believes Lennon’s death shifted the perceptions and dynamics of how each of the band members has been seen over the years. Show More Summary

PAUL MCCARTNEY: 'I was frustrated that John Lennon became a 'martyr' after his death'

John Lennon has been dead for 35 years, but that hasn't stopped his former Beatles bandmate Paul McCartney from talking about the dead singer and rehashing some of the same issues that tore the band apart back in 1970. In a new interview...Show More Summary

Paul McCartney Opens Up About Frustrations With John Lennon's Legacy

What do you do when you're one quarter of arguably the greatest rock band of all time, and you break up on top only to have your former songwriting partner murdered by a crazed fanatic? Paul McCartney can attest to the weight being daunting. Show More Summary

Paul McCartney Resented How Fans Reacted To John Lennon’s Death

Paul McCartney revealed that he was a bit jealous of how fans responded to John Lennon’s death. After the break up of The Beatles, Lennon and McCartney shared an icy relationship by trading insults in the media and via songs. However, the two resolved an ill-will from the breakup by the mid 1970s. Show More Summary

Paul McCartney Talks Nixed 'McCartney/Lennon' Songwriting Credit

"Lennon/McCartney" is one of music's greatest songwriting credits, a catchall that covered most of the Beatles' tracks and was employed even when John Lennon and Paul McCartney didn't collaborate on a certain song. However, although arranged alphabetically, the ensuing decades have favored Lennon's placement in the songwriting credit, suggesting that Lennon had...

Paul McCartney Covers August 2015 Esquire UK, Explains Why He Still Performs

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

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