Paul McCartney

AC/DC Had The Most Popular Tour In The World In 2015The Australian band was ranked the most popular tour of the year according to Pollstar, a concert trade website.
Bruce Springsteen and Paul McCartney Jam on 'Saturday Night Live'Turns out, Paul McCartney plays the sleigh bell pretty well.
Bruce Springsteen and Paul McCartney Jam on ‘Saturday Night Live’Turns out Paul McCartney plays the sleigh bell pretty well.
YouTube Star Jess Greenberg Covers "Maybe I'm Amazed"Now we've found Ms. Greenberg's cover of Paul McCartney's "Maybe I'm Amazed."
Watch Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson's New 'Say Say Say' Remix Music VideoJust because Michael Jackson isn't with us anymore, doesn't mean that he can't still release music. If you think about it, Paul's been "dead" for decades, and it never stopped him from pumping out tunes!
Paul McCartney Deems Competition With John Lennon 'Necessary'"I love the idea of forcing him up off his arse," McCartney said of Lennon.
Man Who Declared Paul As "Dead" Was Kidding, GuysDid you know that Fred LaBour was actually making fun of the "Paul is dead" conspiracy when he perpetuated the rumor in his review for "Abbey Road"?
Paul McCartney And Others Record 'Love Song to the Earth' To Battle Climate Change, Comes Out September 11A group of famous artists have gotten together to record "Love Song to the Earth", a single designed to raise awareness and cause action against climate change. Among the 16 performers are Paul McCartney and Jon Bon Jovi. The song is set for release on September 11.
Paul McCartney Releases October Tour Dates In North AmericaThe five additional dates will happen in October and include all North American cities, but none within a comfortable driving distance of Boston.
Paul McCartney Feared For His Life After John Lennon's DeathPaul McCartney thought he was going to die when he saw a man with an assault rifle on his lawn.
Why Does Michael Jackson Own the Beatles' Songs, and Can Paul McCartney Get Them Back?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 and the Evolution of the Charity ConcertThe 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.

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