Sir Paul will feature alongside the likes of Robbie Williams, Melanie C, Holly Johnson and Gerry Marsden on the single which is due to be released on December 17.
The acts, who are going under the name The Justice Collective, will raise money to cover the legal costs of the families of the Liverpool supporters killed in the Hillsborough disaster in 1989.
The Beatles' audition tape famously rejected by a record executive in 1962 has finally been uncovered after 50 years.
The small but vocal group of fans who have long demanded that more attention should be paid to the achievements of Beatles manager Brian Epstein are finally being heard.
Forty-five years after Epstein's death from what was ruled an accidental drug overdose, not one but TWO film biographies are in the works, one of them based on a graphic novel and the other to be produced by Tom Hanks, who lately has been faring better as a producer than an actor.
|Olivia Harrison has dropped her request for a barbed wire fence around the Harrison family estate, Friar Park, where she and George were attacked back in 1999.|
Wearing an "Eat No Turkey" t-shirt, Paul McCartney is telling people to go vegetarian for the holidays in a new ad for PETA, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.
Beatles’ Abbey Road shoot negatives found after 42 years – and they could sell for £50,000
|Paul McCartney will take part in the 12-12-12 concert at Madison Square Garden in New York—site of the Concert for New York City he helped organize back in 2001, and benefitting the same organization as that show did--the Robin Hood Foundation.|
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.