went against his tradition of making at least minor changes to the setlist for his second show at Goiânia, Brazil Monday. After the many changes of the first Out There! show in Bel Horizonte on Saturday, fans couldn't wait to see what he'd do for the next show.
And all the anticipation probably gave way to a little disappointment because, as a McCartney spokesman confirmed.
A rare guitar played by Beatles pair John Lennon and George Harrison worth about £150,000 will go on display in London this week.
The Beatles VOX guitar, a custom prototype made in 1966 and later given to "Magic Alex" Mardas, a friend of the band, will be unveiled at The Stafford London hotel in St. James's Palace.
Former Rolling Stones Manager Andrew Loog Oldham has called for a street in Liverpool to be named after Brian Epstein, the impresario who guided The Beatles to the top of the charts and international fame.
Brian gave Andrew, who has just released his new book Stone Free, his first break into the world of showbiz when he hired him as an assistant to help handle his growing team of pop talent.
Wolfgang's Vault, which has amassed a huge collection of vintage live shows in its Concert Vault section by a wide assortment of artists, will start digging into its archives and post moreby the solo Beatles, the Vault's CEO Bill Sagan told us in a face-to-face interview.
Beatles guitarist George Harrison’s elder sister is in Holon, spreading the love, for a Beatles festival. Fifty years ago, in March 1963, a young band from Liverpool made musical history with the release of its debut album, “Please Please Me.” The Beatles became one of only two acts to sell more than a billion records (Elvis Presley was the other), and changed the face of popular music forever.
Pierce Brosnan has revealed he settled a secret legal spat with Paul Mccartney's brother over a photo he recreated as a painting for his late wife.
Michael MCCartney threatened legal action against the actor after realising his Just Four Guys piece was a colourful reinterpretation of the photographer's black and white shot of the Beatles.
Fifty years after the launch of the Beatles’ debut album Please Please Me in 1963, Liverpool revels in its role as the birthplace of four lads who shook the world. Carol Davis steps back into Yesterday in a celebration of the city’s musical heritage
Mention Liverpool to almost anyone in the world and their face breaks into a broad smile: “Ah, Liverpool – football and the Beatles,” they muse.
Sir Paul McCartney thrilled fans in Brazil as he opened his new world tour and gave some Beatles classics their first live outing.
The star performed to 55,000 people in the city of Belo Horizonte, Brazil, at the start of his Out There! tour to give tracks such as Your Mother Should Know and Lovely Rita their live debut.
Mary McCartney’s life in photographs started when she was just an infant. That baby on the cover of Paul McCartney’s first eponymous solo record, released in 1970, is her, peeking out at the camera from inside the sheepskin coat of her famous father and Beatles co-founder.
Tony McGovern didn't have a ticket to see The Beatles when they performed in North Staffordshire in the 1960s – but just three shillings secured him a once in a lifetime opportunity.
The retired Royal Doulton employee, now aged 66 and living in Cheviot Drive, Bradeley, managed to buy his way into the Trentham Gardens gig in October 1963.