In an interview with the Hollywood Reporter, singer Morrisey said his fellow animal advocate, Paul McCartney, should reject his ties with Britain's royals because of their treatment of animals--and Ireland.
When asked by a Brazilian fan what he would do if he had a time machine, Paul McCartney said: ‘Go back and spend time with my mum.’
AXS-TV has a new live series starting March 4th called "The World's Greatest Tribute Bands".
It's no shock to us here at Beatles Radio that Britain's finest are being honored in the very first episode, with a tribute to the Beatles.
Yoko Ono is being honored by the Philippine government after sending $10,000 to help fund relief and rehabilitation efforts for thousands of families displaced by Typhoon Pablo.
Rep. Winston Castelo expressed the gratitude of the House of Representatives to Yoko for her grant and for her “noble projects” in the Philippines.
Paul McCartney is again lending his talents to support the charity, “War Child”--which for twenty years has assisted children affected by war by providing medical care, creating safe spaces and rebuilding schools. Paul appears on the album twice.
The London club where Paul and Linda McCartney met—and a favorite 60’s hangout for the other Beatles, too—will reopen.
The Bag O’Nails will reopen officially in April, with a “soft relaunch” during March.
The Liverpool Institute for the Performing Arts--Paul McCartney’s “Fame School” created in the building where he and George Harrison were students together—is getting a sister school in Spain.
According to the Liverpool Echo, the Institute of the Arts Barcelona (IAB), just like its Liverpool counterpart, will offer training in various performing arts disciplines at foundation, degree and post-graduate levels.
Paul McCartney will headline the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival June 13-16 in Manchester, Tennessee. Others on the bill include Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, Mumford & Sons, Billy Idol and Bjork.
Traffic police in Calcutta are making their point to India’s pedestrians by using the Beatles’ famous Abbey Road cover as an example of using crosswalks.
Tony Sheridan, the English singer and guitarist for whom the Beatles served as backup band in their first recordings, died February 16th at age 72. In addition to his connection to the Beatles, Sheridan is credited with being the first British musician to play the electric guitar on television, and went on tour with Chubby Checker, Jerry Lee Lewis and Chuck Berry.