Back in 1976, when Paul McCartney & Wings’ live album ‘Wings Over America’ was released, the band was coming off a string of four No. 1 records. The triple-album set, culled from various concerts the group performed on their 1976 U.S. tour in support of ‘Wings at the Speed of Sound,’ soon became their fifth straight No. 1. (The last three-record LP to reach the top spot was by one of McCartney’s old bandmates: George Harrison’s ‘All Things Must Pass.’)
One of the great "what-ifs" in rock history just got even greater. A newly uncovered telegram shows that Jimi Hendrix had asked Paul McCartney to play bass in a proposed recording session with legendary jazz trumpeter Miles Davis and drummer Tony Williams.
If there's any rocker who can rest on his laurels onstage, it's Paul McCartney. After all, with such a huge catalog, he can simply fill up a setlist with dozens of his hits, play them night after night without changing, and nobody complains that they didn't get to hear their favorites.
James McCartney is taking a big step this year, with a solo tour in support of his first full-length album, the aptly titled 'Me' -- and as luck would have it, his itinerary is putting him on some of the same stages as his famous father Paul.
Some Beatles are greater than others. And some Beatles solo albums rank right up there with the band's best records. It should come as a surprise to no one that John Lennon and Paul McCartney made the best of them. And that George Harrison was responsible fo
Paul McCartney got the much-needed chance to blow off some steam -- and Steve Miller got a killer rhythm section -- when the two spontaneously collaborated on Miller's 'My Dark Hour' single in May of 1969.
The legendary Sir Paul McCartney has added two more dates to his growing live schedule for 2013. The former Beatles member and music icon will perform at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y.. on June 8 and 10 as part of his 2013 'Out There' tour. This will be McCartney's first performance at the new venue, which opened in Sept. 2012.
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