Macca chats all things music and his career-spanning mega-release, ‘Pure McCartney’.
The champ’s legendary put-downs formed part of rap’s DNA.
He says he could’ve formed a supergroup with Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page and John Bonham, though.
A veritable who’s who of rock n’ roll, already being dubbed ‘Oldchella’.
Neil Young, Sir Paul McCartney, The Rolling Stones and more have all reportedly been lined up.
“How VIP do we gotta get? We need another hit, guys.”
He made them for Skype’s Valentines Day mojis.
It seems innocent enough, but some fans aren’t having any of it.
Paul McCartney heads up a crack team of musical all-stars who have joined forces in an attempt to change the world, through song. In a move reminiscent of the 1985 USA For Africa single We Are The World, Macca, together with Jon Bon Jovi, The Pussycat Dolls’ Nicole Scherzinger, Fergie, Sheryl Crow, Natasha Bedingfield, Colbie
The official roll call for the new Hollywood Vampires album does not, ahem, suck. Sir Paul McCartney, Johnny Depp, Slash and more will feature on the debut album from the Alice Cooper-led supergroup. The all-star project, which was kickstarted by Cooper, Depp and Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry, was originally formed as a tribute to the
With Splendour in the Grass swiftly becoming a wonderful, hazy memory and as we return to a sparsely populated Australian winter and await the glory of summer and it’s bevy of musical offerings, we must once again turn our gaze to the northern hemisphere and its ridiculously jam-packed festivals, and luckily for us one of
In a match made in rock n’ roll heaven, Beatles legend and disturbingly frequent Kanye West collaborator Paul McCartney has enlisted the help of Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl to perform a rendition of the Fab Four’s early-era classic I Saw Her Standing There. Macca sent fans into a feeding frenzy after wheeling out the
An internet fiend has been doing some serious Paul McCartney digging on YouTube, turning out a video from a 1999 interview where the Beatle can be seen playing the melody to Kanye West‘s latest track All Day. In case you’ve forgotten, West’s All Day takes an unexpected turn towards the end of the song, detouring
Borrowing from his dearly departed Beatles bud John Lennon, Paul McCartney is imagining a world with no war, specifically of the relentless war between Oasis founding members Noel and Liam Gallagher, quoted in an online interview with Japanese fans as saying “It would be good because I think everyone likes brothers to like each other
In a move which is sure to fire up Beatles fans and Kanye-haters everywhere, Sir Paul McCartney has said that his experiences working with West were similar to working with his legendary songwriting partner John Lennon. In a recent interview with The Sun, McCartney discusses what it was like working with West on FourFive Seconds,
Paul McCartney has inducted fellow surviving Beatle Ringo Starr into the Rock Hall of Fame, completing the deck for Beatles members being welcomed to the esteemed list of musicians as solo performers. At the ceremony on the weekend where Starr, as well as Joan Jett, Lou Reed, Green Day, Bill Withers, Stevie Ray Vaughan and
Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and Yoko Ono have each paid tribute to Cynthia Lennon, following her death at age 75 after a brief battle with cancer. Cynthia Lennon was the first wife of Beatle John Lennon. A message on the newly established Cynthia Lennon memorial website said she died “following a short but brave battle
The much anticipated lineup for the 2015 Lollapalooza festival in Chicago has dropped and it’s lead by the likes of Paul McCartney, Metallica and Florence and the Machine. Reports Consequence of Sound, the lineup has been revealed early thanks to photos posted on imgur of a Chicago Tribune article with the full lineup printed. The
Not a lot is known about Johnny Depp, Alice Cooper and Joe Perry’s new supergroup, other than the origin of its name Hollywood Vampires, but now it’s emerged that the band are working on an impending album that will feature a cameo by none other than Sir Paul McCartney. Reports Rolling Stone, McCartney stopped by