Elton John and Paul McCartney Pay Tribute to Orlando Massacre Victims
Following the killing of 49 people at a gay club in Orlando over the weekend, Elton John and Paul McCartney have paid tribute to the victims.
Paul McCartney Discovered the Meaning of Life but Can’t Figure Out His Notes
The only thing worse than not knowing the meaning of life, as Paul McCartney can tell you, is knowing but being unable to decipher your own transcription.
‘Temporary Secretary”s Strange Path Back to Paul McCartney’s Set List
Paul McCartney randomly stirs in deep cuts to keep his concert set lists interesting, but including 1980's "Temporary Secretary" was no accident.
Paul McCartney Reflects on His Unintentionally Racist Past
It isn't unusual for any of us to feel pangs of regret while thinking about past behavior, and Paul McCartney is no different.
Paul McCartney Looks Back on Forming Wings: ‘We Were Terrible’
In a wide-ranging new interview with the BBC, Paul McCartney looked back on the post-Beatles depression that led to him forming Wings.
The Story of Paul McCartney’s Misunderstood Moment of Handmade Genius, ‘Ram’
Paul McCartney's 'Ram' was initially criticized for everything that makes it sound unexpectedly bold, fascinatingly unedited and utterly misjudged today.
Watch Paul McCartney Pay Tribute to Prince With ‘Let’s Go Crazy’ Cover
Paul McCartney brought his One on One Tour to Minneapolis last night, and adjusted his set list to honor Prince with a performance of "Let's Go Crazy."
Paul McCartney, Rolling Stones, the Who, Bob Dylan, Neil Young and Roger Waters Confirmed …
After weeks of speculation, classic rock's biggest event since Woodstock is a go.
The Day Paul McCartney Played His First Post-Beatles U.S. Concert
When Paul McCartney arrived on May 3, 1976 for a show at Fort Worth, Texas, he hadn't played an American concert in a decade.