Rihanna seems to be coming into her own as an artist of vision. We were promised a new album back in January when she released the Kanye West, Paul McCartney and Dave Longstreth(!)-penned smash hit “FourFiveSeconds”. Nearly 10 months and a few singles later and we are only... Continue reading
Remember a few years ago when Nirvana fans were up in arms over Paul McCartney "replacing" Kurt Cobain for a few shows with the band's surviving members? Much of their ire was over the fact that, beforehand, McCartney admitted he didn't really know who Nirvana were, as well as the... More »
Industry-backed group UK Music to lobby MPs with #LetItBeeb campaign calling for corporation’s music services to be shielded from cuts Some of the biggest names in the UK music industry including Sir Paul McCartney, Coldplay, Sam Smith and Rita Ora are backing a campaign calling for the BBC’s music services to be protected from cuts. Show More Summary
Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson released “Say, Say, Say” in 1983, and in honor of the song’s 32nd anniversary, McCartney shared a brand-new music video for the song on his Facebook page. The black-and-white MJ tribute (starring aShow More Summary
A little over 30 years ago, Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson -- two of music's biggest stars at the time -- released a duet, "Say, Say, Say," with an old-timey Western video to match. This week, McCartney released an updated remix...Show More Summary
Paul McCartney reappeared as a force in the pop world this year, largely due to his collaborations with Kanye West, but the Beatle has a long history of collaborating with other major stars. This year he’s reissuing a remastered version of his 1983 album Pipes of Peace, which contained a chart-topping duet with Michael Jackson, […]
It's been more than three decades since Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson teamed up for the hit-making conquest that led to the "Say, Say, Say" duet. On Tuesday, however, the former revived the song for a new generation with a rousing remix and music video (directed by Ryan Heffington), both... More »
With the Oct. 2 reissue of Pipes of Peace, a solo LP by Paul McCartney, comes a contemporary remix of a popular track he wrote with Michael Jackson back in 1983. The newly reworked version of “Say Say Say,” features previously unheard alternate vocals laid down by Jackson during the original recording sessions, blended seamlessly... Show More Summary
McCartney spliced previously unheard vocals for the remix and released a video Tuesday.
BY MELISSA RUGGIERI Some songs are timeless, and Paul McCartney is hoping people feel that way about a new remix and video of “Say Say Say,” his 1983 collaboration with Michael Jackson. On Tuesday, McCartney posted the...
In an effort to draw attention to the reissue of Paul McCartney's "Pipes of Peace" album, the artist commissioned a new remix of "Say Say Say," the dance-pop collaboration between the former Beatle and the self-proclaimed King of Pop, Michael Jackson. The track, originally released in 1983, further...
We don't know what to say! Michael Jackson may have passed away six years ago, but his hold on the music industry can still be felt to this day. That's never been more true than on Tuesday afternoon when a brand new music video for his and Sir Paul McCartney's revamped single Say Say Say dropped! Video: Paul [...]
Featuring previously unheard vocals from the two music legends.
A renegade with a bottomless bag of dance moves helps put the final contemporary touches on the 2015 remix of Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson's "Say Say Say," off the newly remastered edition of McCartney's 1983 LP, Pipes of Peace. Ryan Huffington directed and choreographed the clip, which premiered on Facebook and...
It's 1983 all over again A new video has been created for the 1983 Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney duet "Say Say Say." The "remix" video is being released to promote the remaster of McCartney's album Pipes of Peace. The song itself...Show More Summary
The new frontier for Beatlemaniacs: reclaiming Eighties Paul. It's one of the weirdest areas of the man's career, full of buried treasures ripe for discovery. On the map of McCartney's music, fans usually avoid the Eighties as the zone marked "Here Be Broad Street." But the newly reissued Tug of...
Vegan Hollywood stars came out to honor their own, including Alicia Silverstone and Jason Biggs, and to hear Paul McCartney rock out at PETA’s 35th anniversary gala. The event served “to Read More The post Paul McCartney Rocks Out at PETA’s 35th Anniversary Event appeared first on Ecorazzi.
http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/see-paul-mccartney-and-beck-sing-drive-my-car-together-20151001 PETA celebrated its 35th anniversary this Wednesday, and Sir Paul McCartney was there to help celebrate. PETA’s ceremony, which was hosted by Pamela Anderson and Anjelica Houston, was held at the Hollywood Palladium. Show More Summary
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