In a garbage world, here’s some good news: Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr are making new music together. You may have heard of these two scamps, who were members of a certain superstar singing group in the 1960s — something called the Beatles. We’ve attained this scoop via the same method as everyone else with an Internet […]
Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr have managed to get back to the studio. The two former Beatles reunited for a recording session, with Starr posting a photograph on Twitter Sunday of the moment the two surviving members of the hugely influential group had come together. Thanks for coming over man and playing Great bass. Show More Summary
This McCartney album was eviscerated on its release in 1971, but listen again for some great songwriting and killer electric guitar. The post Paul McCartney’s ‘Ram’ Reconsidered appeared first on The Good Men Project.
(Two of) the Beatles are getting back together. Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr are collaborating for the first time since Starr's 2010 Y Not, Sky News reports. Starr tweeted a picture of the two together Sunday, writing, "Thanks for coming over man and playing Great bass. I love you man...
It was more than just "A Day in the Life" when the two surviving Beatles decided to "Come Together" to record over the weekend.
According to Billboard, famous bass player Paul McCartney and everyone’s favorite Beatles member Ringo Starr recently reunited, with McCartney apparently contributing to Starr’s next album. We don’t know how extensive the collaboration...Show More Summary
Beatles legends Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr have come together for new music.
Surviving Beatles Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr have collaborated on a new studio recording for the first time in seven years. Starr shared photos of the two of them in his home studio over the weekend, where Starr is working on the follow-up to 2015's Postcards From Paradise. "Thanks for coming over man and playing…
Beatles legends hit the studio to work on Starr's upcoming album.
It's really happening! Ringo Starr confirmed that he's making music with his only fellow surviving member of The Beatles, Paul McCartney, with a photo on Sunday night. SEE ALSO: Priscilla Presley reveals Lisa Marie's children are inShow More Summary
Last night, Ringo Starr posted a picture from the studio with his former Beatles bandmate Paul McCartney, as Billboard points out. The two were recording together for Ringo’s upcoming solo album, the follow-up to 2015’s Postcards From Paradise. “Thanks for coming over man and playing Great bass,” Ringo commented. Show More Summary
Johnny Depp, Paul McCartney, Leonardo DiCaprio, Mia Farrow and Jack Nicholson share an extremely rare quality. What do Depp, McCartney, DiCaprio, Nicholson, and Farrow have that no other living celebrity has? Johnny Depp, Leonardo DiCaprio, Paul McCartney and the rest, are certainly very talented. Show More Summary
Lawrence Juber is one of the most talented guitarists around. (MIB Interview here; a few songs here). He was Paul McCartney’s guitarist in the Wings era, and plays a killer acoustic. One of the things he does very well are his solo arrangements of Beatles songs. Show More Summary
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If Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Joe Walsh, Tom Hanks and Dave Grohl go out for dinner -- as they did Wednesday night in Santa Moncia -- who picks up the tab? The legends came together with their wives at Giorgio Baldi for what has to be the most…
Two years ago, the world was surprised to learn that Dirty Projectors mastermind Dave Longstreth had co-written the Kanye West/Paul McCartney/Rihanna hit "FourFiveSeconds." But that improbably collaboration wasn't the only time Longstreth and West worked together. With the new self-titled Dirty Projectors album coming out next week, The New York Times ran a long profile…
Back in early 2015, Kanye West, Rihanna, and Paul McCartney teamed up to record “FourFiveSeconds,” whose bridge was written by Dirty Projectors’ Dave Longstreth. Turns out that wasn’t the only product of Longstreth’s writing sessions for Ye. Show More Summary