When I was six years old I was crazy about the Beatles. So much so, that my grandpa gave me a diamond ring and told me it was from Paul McCartney. I'm sure the ring came from Murphy's Five and Dime (or a Cracker Jack box), but with all...Show More Summary
Paul McCartney has been named the U.K.’s most successful album artist of all time—with 22 number one records to his name. The Beatles legend’s historic achievement was announced by the Official Charts Company to mark the 60th anniversary of the U.K.’s albums chart Friday. McCartney achieved 15 of his 22 number one records with The Beatles. Show More Summary
The Official Charts Company revealed McCartney’s success- both as a solo artist, with Wings and the Beatles – as it celebrated the anniversary of the British album chart, first published 60 years ago today.
As I noted while watching Paul McCartney kick out the jams recently, Beatlemania was a very long time ago, and seemingly every artifact from that era has been pored over by now. But as Metro reports, one new item emerged recently, a demo disc for Cilla Black’s 1964 hit “It’s For You.” A relative of […]
Legend Paul McCartney doesn't really need to prove his cool-factor. SEE ALSO: Virtual Paul McCartney app is mind-blowingly cool And yet, this incredible 360-degree VR video of the rockstar performing his hit "Live and Let Die" proves...Show More Summary
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski — “Gronk” to fans — found his way on stage during a Paul McCartney concert Sunday night at Boston’s Fenway Park, and stood next to the former Beatle playing air guitar during “Helter...
If you were looking for proof that Rob Gronkowski can use any generation’s music as a party soundtrack…here you go. Over the weekend, Paul McCartney played Fenway Park, and among other special guests (like the Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir), Rob Gronkowski got on stage to show off his best air guitar moves during “Helter Skelter.” […]
As those who attended his infamous party cruise? can attest, New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski's moves extend far beyond the gridiron.
Paul McCartney took to the stage at Fenway Park for a concert. He also had a jam session with New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski and Grateful Dead legend Bob Weir. Fans were treated to watching Gronkowski as he played the air guitar alongside McCartney. Show More Summary
Ringo Starr and Sir Paul McCartney have delighted Beatles fans by appearing together to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Vegas show The Beatles LOVE by Cirque du Soleil, according to Parade. The famous former Beatles members were joined by Yoko Ono Lennon, the wife of the late Beatles member John Lennon, as they celebrated... Show More Summary
One of the best Jonah Ryan lines from the most recent season of “Veep” came while he, Richard and Cliff went door-to-door to verify voter signatures in Nevada. “Can Paul McCartney teach Kid Rock how to be a good songwriter? I mean, that’s...Show More Summary
If you were wondering when Paul McCartney, Bob Weir and Rob Gronkowski would ever be in the same room together, Sunday was your lucky day. The irrepressible Gronk, whose Summer of Gronk ’16 is winding down, sat in on air guitar as Sir Paul and Weir rocked “Helter Skelter” during a concert in Fenway Park […]
Happiness is a warm Gronk. Paul McCartney invited a MASSIVE guest onstage at his concert at Fenway Park on Sunday -- Rob Gronkowski -- and dude went insane!!! The Pats tight end completely ROCKED OUT during "Helter Skelter" -- we're talkin'…
The Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir and New England Patriots player Rob Gronkowski joined Paul McCartney onstage last night at Boston’s Fenway Park. The trio performed the Beatles’ “Helter Skelter,” as well as McCartney’s “One On One” and “Hi Hi Hi.” Gronkowski played air guitar for most of it; watch below.
A good night for Gronk.
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A handwritten two-page letter sent by Paul McCartney to the late Prince has sold for nearly $15,000 (£11,300) at auction. McCartney began the note by addressing Prince: “Dear Princely person.” He also signed off with a large, hand-drawn...Show More Summary
Members of The Beatles and Grateful Dead share the stage for the first time at Fenway Park.
It's another Gronk party! The Paul McCartney tour rolled through Boston on Sunday night and who better to join the former Beatle on stage than Rob Gronkowski. .@RobGronkowski joined @PaulMcCartney on stage at Fenway for "Helter Skelter"...Show More Summary