Paul McCartney took a brief spill from the stage at his concert at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, MO, while dashing down stairs during the drum solo of “The End”.
Yoko Ono publicly thanked Paul McCartney for his recent comments that she did not break up the Beatles. In a profile in the UK's "Guardian", Yoko expressed her surprise that people still feel that way after al these years, but said that Paul was "brave" to contend otherwise.
|In the wake of conciliatory comments from Paul McCartney that Yoko Ono didn't break up the Beatles, the two will appear on the same movie soundtrack, for the comedy, "This is 40".|
Henry McCullough, guitarist in the original lineup of Wings, is critically ill after suffering a heart attack. The 69-year-old McCullough suffered cardiac arrest at home in Ireland. His sister, Rae Morrision, counters reports that he had died, but says the family is gravely concerned and flying in to be with Henry.
The Beatles sit atop the UK's all-time singles chart, on its 60th anniversary, followed by Queen, Abba, the Rolling Stones and Oasis.
John Lennon’s 1971 letter to Eric Clapton inviting him to form a band goes up for auction December 18th, and is expected to fetch $30,000 US.
Yoko Ono is among several famous folk backing the invention of a 16 yr.old London boy--an app to summarize news articles on the face of a mobile device.
Beatles manager Brian Epstein will be honored in his native Liverpool with a statue sculpted by the same artist responsible for the statue at Liverpool John Lennon International Airport.