Paul McCartney took home his 15th Grammy--and his first for a solo album--for Kisses on the Bottom, his album of standards. The award was announced before the telecast from the Staples center in Los Angeles.
Multi-award winner Adele is practicing for her performance at the Oscar ceremony at Paul McCartney’s old house in India, according to the Sun UK.
The 24 yr-old British singer is up for an Academy Award for co-writing “Skyfall” for the latest James Bond film, and will perform the song before a worldwide audience.
Paul Mc Cartney serenaded unsuspecting street car passengers in New Orleans during his Carnivale visit. Paul, accompanied by wife Nancy and a security guard, hopped aboard a street car—where most passengers mistook him for a street performer. Some even threw money to him.
A DVD titled Ringo at the Ryman--recorded in Nashville on Ringo's 72nd birthday last July 7th--is due March 19th.
The video features Ringo’s current All Starr Band lineup, which includes Todd Rundgren, ex-Santana/Journey singer/keyboardist Gregg Rolie, Toto guitarist Steve Lukather and Mr. Mister frontman Richard Page.
A complete set of the originally not-for-sale (hors commerce) edition of John Lennon’s Bag One lithographs from 1970 will now be sold. No complete copy of this iteration of the first edition has previously been offered for public sale.
Paul McCartney’s official website is giving fans a chance to ask him questions on a regular basis. The new feature, “You Gave Me the Answer”, is named for a Wings song, from the Venus & Mars album.
Paul McCartney and wife Nancy Shevell headed to New Orleans to be part of Carnivale and Super Bowl festivities. The couple were spotted at Rolling Stone magazine’s party.
Stella McCartney has once again put red noses on a classic Beatles photo for the anti-poverty charity, Comic Relief.
The Beatles’ former Apple Corps offices on London’s Savile Row—the site of the famous rooftop concert—nay become an Abercrombie and Fitch store.
The plan to open a new store has prompted protests among retailers, including the Saville Row Bespoke Association, which seeks to preserve the area’s character as a center for upscale men’s tailoring.
A newly-found excerpt from a song written by Stu Sutcliffe in 1959 may be incorporated into a new song by a Liverpool musician. Dean Johnson says of the lyric to “Sheila”: “The prose is very poetic, with the influence of Keats or Byron, the great English Romantics. It’s interesting that the level of sophistication is way ahead of early Lennon and McCartney.”