Sir Paul McCartney treated fans and students to an impromptu Elvis style dance sequence as he visited the city yesterday. The former Beatle, who was back in his hometown to surprise students at his LIPA fame school as he hosted a masterclass for music students, was spotted looking refreshed and in good spirits despite only just flying in to the UK as he is currently in the middle of a world tour.
Ringo Starr and his All Starr Band will be heading out on a new North American tour in just about a month, and a new video trailer promoting the forthcoming trek has just debuted online. The outing gets under way on June 6 in Rama, Canada, and is scheduled through a July 19 concert in Los Angeles.
Charlotte Kemp Muhl and Sean Lennon’s Ghost of A Saber Tooth Tiger guested on WNYC’s Spinning On Air last month and played some songs from the newly-released Midnight Sun album, but perhaps revealed more of themselves with the cover they also performed on the show.
Paul McCartney tickets have continued to top the U.S charts since the storied singer/songwriter released seats to the 2014 North American leg of his global Out There Tour, said Marta Ault on BuyAnySeat.com. Considered the most successful musical artist of all time, the former Beatle, now 71, opens his 19-city domestic trek at the United Spirit Arena in Lubbock, Texas on June 14, with first-ever shows in Louisville and Albany on June 26 and July 5, 2014.
Ticket Down is a reliable source for cheap Paul McCartney tickets at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, CA. The “Out There” world tour featuring the iconic Paul McCartney will be heading to Los Angeles, Calif. on Aug. 10 for a show at Dodger Stadium.
The UK could earn an extra £4bn every year in music heritage tourism, according to a recent report from UK Music. Titled Imagine, the study's findings take the example of Liverpool, where the heritage of The Beatles attracts millions of music tourists every year and generates £70 million for Liverpool’s local economy.
First, you speed up a classic instrumental solo track by John Lennon. Then, you slow down an accapella version of another solo Paul McCartney smash. Result: Fresh Beatle-y goodness.
If you are a fan of The Beatles, you might remember A Hard Days Night, a comedy movie that portrays a couple of days in the lives of the group. A Hard Days Night was first released way back in 1964, and now the Beatles movie is getting re-released.
The owner of iconic Abbey Road Studios is planning a major expansion and upgrade of the facility, the Journal’s Bruce Orwall reports. As any self-respecting Beatles fan knows, Abbey Road is home to the famed Studio Two, where the foursome recorded an extensive amount of their catalog. The crosswalk out front is one the most iconic images in pop music history.