Paul McCartney is making 2012 Olympic news. Sir Paul the sports fan is not happy on the decision to leave David Beckham off from England's Olympic soccer team. Beckham was omitted from coach Stuart Pearce's squad despite playing a key role in the group that won the Games for London.
Paul McCartney may be starting to think about new music after issuing the ‘Kisses on the Bottom’ album earlier this year. According to NME (via the Sunday Mirror), he may already have his producer picked out.
It's official now Paul McCartney will be the final performer at the three-hour opening ceremony of the Summer Olympics in London on July 27th. The rumor is that Sir Paul will end his set with one of the most famous sing-along tunes The Beatles "Hey Jude" involving the 60,000 people at the stadium as well as the expected one billion television viewers.
Paul McCartney‘s latest musical project has a little bit of a modern cache to it. The vocalist revealed via Twitter that he’s working with the company behind the music for the popular video game ‘Halo.’
Monday night will see a meeting of two of the key pieces of two of the biggest bands of all time. Sir Paul McCartney will drop by the U.K. television series hosted by Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood.
Sir Paul McCartney was born on June 18, 1942 at Walton Hospital in Liverpool, England, where his mother, Mary was a nurse. His father, Jim McCartney was a cotton salesman and jazz pianist with a local band.
A remastered version of Paul McCartney‘s 1971 album ‘Ram’ was reissued last week in several formats with the now-standard assortment of bonus tracks and DVD documentary. In a new interview, McCartney talks about how, in putting together the various packages, he was trying to capture not just the music, but also a feeling of what those loose days were like.
Paul McCartney's latest expanded reissue is out now. This time it's a revamp of the 1971 "Ram." Paul says in a post on his website that it's "an album from a long, long time ago, when the world was different." He wrote much of the material for "Ram"
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