For many years, there has been much speculation that John Lennon's wife, Yoko Ono, influenced the Beatles breakup, but Paul McCartney says that it's not true and that the band was splitting regardless of Ono.
Up until the 'Help!' album was released in August 1965, most Lennon-McCartney compositions were indeed collaborations between the Beatles' top two songwriters. But as their music grew more sophisticated, a distinct musical divide surfa
Even at the age of 70, Sir Paul McCartney refuses to slow down. Despite having released 'Kisses on the Bottom' as recently as this past February, he is reportedly back at work on a new album. It's possible that he may even have two new projects in the pipeline.
Rock legend and longtime animal rights activist Paul McCartney has become quite fond of little green objects that inhabit the Cayman Islands. However, this article has absolutely nothing to do with his vast fortune, but rather a campaign to stop turtle farming in the Caribbean tax haven.
Today (Oct. 9) would have been John Lennon's 72nd birthday, and with it comes the publication of a new book, 'The John Lennon Letters.' the publication contains nearly 300 letters written by Lennon during his lifetime, giving an unfiltered and uncensored look at one of the most written-about figures of the past 50 years.
In February, Paul McCartney released 'Kisses on the Bottom,' a jazzy collection of songs and standards that influenced the former Beatle as a young boy. To kick off that release he filmed a 13-song concert at the Capitol Studios in Los Angeles and streamed it to fans worldwide. That star-studded show will soon be available on DVD and Blu-ray.
Paul McCartney is alive and well, but a well-placed rumor in 1969 had some thinking otherwise. On September 23, 1969, 43 years ago, the Northern Star newspaper of Northern Illinois University published a story claiming that McCartney had been killed in a car crash a few years earlier and had been replaced by a look-alike. A radio station in Detroit picked up on the story and ran with it. Within a month, the story had gone global and Beatles fans worldwide were collectively scratching their heads.
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