Part-time vampire and honorary pirate, Keith Richards hinted at new music earlier this year in a Twitter post, and it seems he was spot on.
With a title that already evokes an olive branch, the song was McCartney’s way of saying enough is enough and this is a ceasefire.
Beatles fans will love the moment that Paul McCartney reunites with Ringo Starr to perform some Beatles tracks.
Imagine that you woke up one day, and you were the only person in the entire world who remembered the Beatles?
Sean Ono and James McCartney posted a selfie on Instagram, and the similarity to their dads is transporting Beatles fans back to the 1960s.
Beatles fans were in for an epic nostalgia rush when Paul McCartney did a solo recreation of the group’s famous album with his own twist.
In what is being hailed as the best ‘Carpool Karaoke’ segment ever, The Beatles legend hopped in James’ car for a delightful, emotional ride.
A Nebraska teen has managed to take a surprise snap with Paul McCartney and Warren Buffett, chilling on a bench, being normal. And it’s awesome.
The 56th Grammy Awards reunited Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr for a special performance of ‘Queenie Eye’ taken from McCartney’s 2013 album, ‘New’. The two Beatles members didn’t miss a beat and had the entire crowd of the Staples Centre in Los Angeles on their feet by the end of the song.
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Paul McCartney, one of the last remaining Beatles, is pretty much as big as it gets when it comes to famous musicians. And accordingly, he can demand pretty much whatever he wants for stadium gigs. Surprising then, that he only earned a single pound for his stellar performance at the extravagant Olympic Opening Ceremony.
It’s not every day you see The Boss and Macca jamming on stage together – such was the spectacle enjoyed by thousands of Londoners on Saturday night. Watch the video.
A tooth that used to reside in John Lennon’s mouth will be auctioned off next month. It is expected to fetch up to R130 000! Lennon gave it to his housekeeper’s daughter “as a souvenir” after he had pulled it out himself in his kitchen.
So hey, third time lucky and all. Paul McCartney, 69, is taking another shot at that whole ‘marriage’ thing with New York socialite Nancy Shevell, 51 – there’s still a nice two-decade gap there, so Paul still gets high fives, but it’s not a creepy two-decade gap. The two met at the Hamptons in ’07.
Bar-room time travel talk usually centers around whether or not it would be cool to murder Hitler, because hey. But this misses a more important issue: whether or not Yoko Ono really killed the Beatles. Director Mark Waters wants to make a movie about that – time traveling Beatles fans, I mean.
Finally. Something to spend this R1.5 million I have lying around on. Lennon’s 1965 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 Coupe (I don’t know what most of that means!) is being auctioned off in February; they expect it go for slightly more than his dark green Chrysler station wagon, which was recently auctioned off for $5,500 (ZAR 37.5k).
It’s been thirty years since John Lennon was murdered by a man who got a little bit too excited about his music for his own good, and for John’s, for that matter. In any event, we bring you a truly remarkable short film made in 2007 by a man who as a teen interviewed Lennon in his hotel room. It bears repeating on this infamous day.