The five additional dates will happen in October and include all North American cities, but none within a comfortable driving distance of Boston.
Paul McCartney thought he was going to die when he saw a man with an assault rifle on his lawn.
Michael Jackson bought ATV’s music publishing catalog, which included 251 of the Beatles’ songs, on August 10, 1985. The catalog is about to change hands again, but will it go back to the songwriter and rightful owner, Paul McCartney?
The Summer Festival for Peace, one of the first rock benefit concerts, was held on August 6, 1970, paving the way for many more collaborations between rock ‘n’ roll and charity or political efforts.
Lollapalooza featured two of rock’s most legendary live acts this year: Paul McCartney and Metallica. Watch both burn up the stage at Grant Park for two epic headlining sets.
McCartney’s former wife, Heather Mills, has revealed that she is teaching their daughter how to play saxophone because the Beatle can’t read music.
From Nicki Minaj to Jimi Hendrix to George Michael, freedom means different things to different artists. Find your freedom song.
Paul McCartney headlined the annual Firefly Festival in Delaware over the weekend. Check out photos from the performance.
People tend to overlook bassists, but they’re actually essential to the music.
Has your dog ever perked up its ears while listened to the album? Find out why here!