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Friday, April 29, 2016
Book looks back on 35 years of Paul McCartney interviews

As a journalist with NME, Q and Word, Paul Du Noyer has interviewed Paul McCartney more times over the last 35 years than any other magazine writer. His book, Conversations With McCartney, soon to be released in paperback, covers all aspects of his five-decade career as the world's most revered songwriter.

Source: NME, UK
Thursday, April 28, 2016
Stella McCartney unveils Team GB 2016 kit

Stella McCartney, who designed the Team GB kit for the London Games in 2012, has unveiled the kit that Team GB will wear at the Olympic Games in Rio. Stella says she is very "proud" to have collaborated with Adidas on the outfits which will be worn by the 600 athletes from Great Britain in Brazil in August.

Source: Otago Daily Times
Accounting firm is giving away handful of Paul McCartney tickets

Attention audit senior associates and managers. Connect with the Lurie accounting firm in Minneapolis and receive two Paul McCartney row 12 tickets for the Thursday, May 5th concert at Target Center in downtown Minneapolis. Lurie will provide two floor seat concert tickets to the first five candidates that visit the firm.

Related Articles  Source: Going Concern
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Paul McCartney to discuss career on BBC Radio 4

Paul McCartney will be the subject of a special edition of Mastertapes for BBC Radio 4 ahead of the release of a major retrospective collection. McCartney will talk about his music career and answer questions from the audience. The special edition of the programme will broadcast on BBC Radio 4 at 10am on Saturday May 28.

Source: Belfast Telegraph
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Book uncovers details of Paul McCartney's relationship with Heather Mills

Paul McCartney's divorce from former model Heather Mills was one of the most explosive in showbiz history. Their relationship was fraught with drama since their first meeting in 1999 to their final day in divorce court in 2008. Author Philip Norman details the highs and lows in his new book Paul McCartney: The Biography.

Source: The Independent, UK
Billy Connolly on his long-standing jokes with Paul McCartney

Scottish comedian and actor Billy Connolly has revealed how he and Paul McCartney play jokes on each other by sending Christmas cards months after the festive period. It started after he had forgotten to send McCartney a card one year, and they now try to outdo each other by sending festive greetings as late as possible each year.

Source: The Scotsman, UK
Monday, April 25, 2016
Paul McCartney adds second show in Cleveland

Due to "overwhelming demand," Paul McCartney has added a second night to his One On One Tour in Cleveland. McCartney now will play Quicken Loans Arena at 8 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 17 and 18. McCartney last appeared in Cleveland in 2015, when the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inducted Ringo Starr as a solo artist.

Related Articles  Source: Cleveland.com
The Real Pure McCartney: 100 essential tracks

A lot of fans have expressed dissatisfaction with the song selection for the forthcoming "Pure McCartney" career retrospective, noting that the 67-song lineup has serious omissions and doesn't accurately reflect Paul McCartney's entire solo career. It's missing numerous big hits, and it is horrifically short, barely one track per year.

Source: Something New Blog
Friday, April 22, 2016
Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and Sean Lennon mourn Prince

Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and members of the Beatles family reacted today to the shocking news of the death of Prince. On Twitter, Paul recalled his personal friendship with the singer, Ringo also tweeted out some personal thoughts. But the person who appeared to be taking his death the hardest was Sean Ono Lennon.

Related Articles  Source: Beatles Examiner
Thursday, April 21, 2016
Video: Jimmy Fallon steals the show at Paul McCartney's Vancouver concert

At Paul McCartney's encore during his Wednesday performance in Vancouver, he brought a special guest with him, "Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon. The two sang "I Saw You Standing There," but while Sir Paul was confined to his guitar, Fallon took over the stage with his dance moves, including the worm and the moon walk.

Related Articles  Source: Huffington Post, Canada
Paul McCartney to return to Fenway Park this summer

Paul McCartney is expected to make a return to Boston, a little more than three years after his last concert set a local record. McCartney will return to Fenway Park on July 17 with his new One on One tour, which will be his fourth at the venue. In 2013, McCartney set a record for the largest single concert attendance in Fenway history.

Related Articles  Official Page  Source: The Boston Globe
Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr donating signed items to charity auction

Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and Eric Clapton are among the major pop and rock stars who have contributed signed and/or worn neck ties and other fashion accessories to an online auction to benefit a U.K. charity that raises awareness about cancers that specifically affect men. The auction runs through this Sunday on eBay.co.uk.

Source: WFJA Classic Hits and Oldies
Wednesday, April 20, 2016
Paul McCartney still Britain's wealthiest musician with 760million

Paul McCartney is still Britain's wealthiest musician with a huge 760million in the bank. McCartney, 73, held off Andrew Lloyd Webber while U2 took third spot. The list revealed the top 50 stars in the industry are worth more than 7billion combined. Adele was Britain's wealthiest female artist and richest musician under 30.

Source: The Daily Star, UK
Origins of mysterious Paul McCartney house remix revealed

A limited pressing of 300 white labels of a "mysterious" house remix of Paul McCartney's Wings track "Nineteen Hundred And Eighty-Five" was made available on the Phonica Records website on March 31 and soon sold out, and fans begin to speculate that it had been officially commissioned by Macca. Today it was revealed it was.

Source: NME, UK
Tuesday, April 19, 2016
Paul McCartney will return to Washington D.C. with One on One tour

Paul McCartney has confirmed his first appearance in the nation's capital since the 2013 Nationals Park performance that the Washington Post said "made time go blurry with its euphoric charms". On August 9th Paul's brand new One On One tour will make a stop at Washington D.C.'s Verizon Center.

Related Articles  Source: PaulMcCartney.com
Sir Paul declares Portland most vegan-friendly city in U.S.

Paul McCartney and the People for Ethical Treatment of Animals say Portland is the most vegan-friendly city in the nation. McCartney, a vegetarian, and PETA Vice President Dan Mathews presented the honor Friday evening before McCartney's sold-out show at the Moda Center. "The City of Roses is the city of the future," said McCartney.

Source: Portland Tribune
Denny Laine pays tribute to McCartney with Band on the Run show

Denny Laine will bring back his years as a member of Paul McCartney and Wings when he performs the entire "Band on the Run" album during a show on May 7 at the Dosey Doe Big Barn in The Woodlands, Texas. "I'm excited about returning to Texas to play the Band on the Run album for the 40th anniversary of the tour," he said.

Source: AXS
Monday, April 18, 2016
Cleveland date added to Paul McCartney One On One tour

Paul McCartney has confirmed his first Cleveland concert appearance since 2002. On Wednesday, August 17, Paul's One On On tour will make a stop at Quicken Loans Arena. Fans registered with PaulMcCartney.com by 9am tomorrow will be eligible to purchase pre-sale tickets for Cleveland through the website at 10am.

Related Articles  Source: PaulMcCartney.com
Video: Paul McCartney and Krist Novoselic play Helter Skelter in Seattle

Krist Novoselic of Nirvana joined Paul McCartney for Helter Skelter at Paul's third One On One Tour show Sunday night at Seattle's Key Arena. Novoselic was also part of the group, along with fellow Nirvana band members Dave Grohl and Pat Smear who joined McCartney to perform "Cut Me Some Slack."

Related Articles  Source: Beatles Examiner
Paul McCartney does incredible Seattle show

Paul McCartney and his band continued their One on One tour in Seattle, Washington last night. The event was full to the brim with 18,000 enthusiastic fans, the show lasted nearly three hours. From Nirvana bassist Krist Novaselic's appearance on "Helter Skelter" to signing the arm of "tattoo virgin," there was never a dull moment.

Related Articles  Source: Music Examiner
Friday, April 15, 2016
Coachella promoters hope to add Paul McCartney to mega-concert

Organizers of the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival are looking to book Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, the Rolling Stones, the Who, Neil Young and Pink Floyd's Roger Waters, all Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees, for a super-concert in October. It would be the first time that Dylan and McCartney have played on the same bill.

Related Articles  Source: Los Angeles Times
Paul McCartney sells out Busch Stadium in record time

Paul McCartney's Aug. 13 concert at Busch Stadium in St. Louis sold out in record time this morning. Tickets went on sale Friday morning and were gone within an hour. After the show sold out, standing room only tickets went up for sale and sold out as well. About 41,000 tickets were made available for the show.

Related Articles  Source: St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Fest for Beatles Fans performer to present new Wings tribute

Jeff Slate, who'll be at this weekend's Fest For Beatles Fans, will release his third solo album on April 22, he told Beatles Examiner. Called "Secret Poetry," he said the album will feature appearances from several familiar names with Beatles associations, including Laurence Juber, and Wings drummer Steve Holley.

Source: Beatles Examiner
Paul McCartney looks forward and back again at world tour kickoff in Fresno

For nearly three hours in Fresno on Wednesday, Paul McCartney surveyed the full breadth of a career that's closing in on six decades. He and the four members of his touring band sang "In Spite of All the Danger," the song he described as "the first song we ever recorded," and brought things up to date with the 2015 track "FourFiveSeconds."

Related Articles  Source: Los Angeles Times
Thursday, April 14, 2016
Cincinnati latest city to be added to Paul McCartney's new tour

Paul McCartney has confirmed a new stop on his brand new One On One tour. On July 10, Paul will play the US Bank Arena in Cincinnati, his first visit to the Queen City since the On The Run tour filled the Great American Ball Park in August 2011. Pre-sale tickets went on sale this morning through Ticketmaster.

Related Articles  Source: PaulMcCartney.com
Video: McCartney performs A Hard Day's Night for first time in solo concert

For the first time since 1965, when the Beatles played Daly City, Ca., Paul McCartney performed A Hard Day's Night, live. Macca played the Beatles classic to kick off his One on One tour last night, setting the mood for the rest of the show, which included Beatles hits Can't Buy Me Love, Here There and Everywhere, and Love Me Do.

Related Articles  Source: The Slate
Paul McCartney remembers George Martin at One on One tour opener

Armed with his signature lefty Hofner bass guitar, 73-year-old Paul McCartney effortlessly delivered a nearly three-hour set in Fresno, Ca., last night that spanned his five-decade career with The Beatles, Wings and as a solo artist. During the concert, McCartney took a moment to remember the recent passing of George Martin.

Related Articles  Source: Billboard
Wednesday, April 13, 2016
Philadelphia and Hershey dates added to Paul McCartney's One On One tour

Paul McCartney has confirmed three more stops on his brand new One On One tour. On July 10, Paul will play the US Bank Arena in Cincinnati, his first visit to the Queen City since 2011. July 12 Paul hits Citizens Bank Park, home of the Philadelphia Phillies, and on July 19, Paul's first ever appearance in Hershey, PA.

Related Articles  Source: PaulMcCartney.com
Paul McCartney adds stop in New Jersey to One on One tour

Paul McCartney has confirmed that his One On One tour will be coming to New Jersey's MetLife Stadium, home to the New York Football Giants and the New York Jets. On August 7, Paul will return to New Jersey for the first time in 14 years for one night only. Pre-sale tickets will be available through Ticketmaster on Monday April 18.

Related Articles  Source: PaulMcCartney.com
Paul McCartney kicks off new tour tonight in Fresno

Paul McCartney kicks off his One on One Tour tonight at the Save Mart Center in Fresno. It's his first trek since the Out There Tour, which ran from 2013 to 2015 and included two stops in San Francisco in August 2013 and then, one year later, performed the final show at Candlestick Park, also the site of the last Beatles concert in 1966.

Related Articles  Source: Mercury News, San Jose
Monday, April 11, 2016
More seats added for Paul McCartney concert in Fresno

For many, seeing Paul McCartney live in concert is a once-in-a-lifetime proposition. A select number of new seats have been added to the concert on Wednesday, April 13, at the Save Mart Center in Fresno, Ca. The seats will be released for sale, Tuesday, April 12 at the Save Mart Center box office only, sold via lottery.

Source: Fresno Bee
Two chances to meet-and-greet a Beatle up for bids on charity site

The bidding for a chance to get two VIP tickets to an upcoming Paul McCartney One On One tour show and meet him through a Charitybuzz auction, one of two current charity opportunities to meet a member of the Beatles, is up to over $9,000 with three days left to go in the auction. The bidding will end at 3 p.m. EDT April 13.

Related Articles  Source: Beatles Examiner
Friday, April 8, 2016
Paul McCartney adds stop in Hamilton, Canada to his One On One tour

Paul McCartney has confirmed another first on his brand new One On One tour. 

On July 21, Paul will appear at the FirstOntario Centre in Hamilton, Ontario. Paul's historic debut appearance in Hamilton is the newest confirmed Canadian stop of the One On One global trek, which opens April 13 in Fresno, California.

Related Articles  Source: PaulMcCartney.com

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Heather Mills among celebs caught in the Panama Papers

The offshore finances of many celebrities were revealed in the latest Panama Papers leak. According to the leak in the Guardian Newspaper, Heather Mills, ex-wife of Paul McCartney, was on that list. "I can say hand on heart I am a straight taxpayer and you will never find anything on me if you investigate thoroughly," she said in a statement.

Source: National Post, Canada
Rock History: Paul McCartney's secret 1969 track for Steve Miller Band

In 1969, Paul McCartney co-wrote and played on a Steve Miller track called "My Dark Hour." Produced by Glyn Johns, the track came about when Johns happened into the studio right after a big fight among the Beatles over Allen Klein. The song sounds a lot like "Fly Like An Eagle," and what would become Wings type music.

Source: Showbiz 411
Thursday, April 7, 2016
Pictures: Unseen Paul McCartney photos found in loft published

Candid images of Paul McCartney and his late wife Linda have been found in fashion photographer Clive Arrowsmith's attic. The playful shots in fun costumes were taken in impromptu sessions at the end of two official photoshoots in 1976 and 1993, the first of which featured McCartney's band Wings, which he formed with Linda.

Source: The Daily Mail, UK
Wednesday, April 6, 2016
Paul McCartney adds Milwaukee and St. Louis dates to his One On One tour

Paul McCartney has confirmed two new major dates to his One On One tour. On July 8, Paul will return to Milwaukee to headline SummerFest, and on August 13, Paul will rock Busch Stadium in St. Louis, his first area show since since 2012 and joining in celebrating the 50th anniversary of The Beatles' concert at the old Busch Stadium.

Related Articles  Source: PaulMcCartney.com
Tuesday, April 5, 2016
Paul McCartney adds date in Norway to One On One tour

Paul McCartney has confirmed another brand new date for his 'One On One' tour in Norway this summer. Paul will perform at Bergenhus Fortress in Bergen, Norway, on Friday, June 24. He performed to a sell-out crowd at the Telenor Arena last summer. Fans can register for the chance to buy pre-sale tickets on his official website.

Related Articles  Source: PaulMcCartney.com
13 Songs Paul should add to his Pure McCartney collection

Last week, Paul McCartney announced a massive four-disc greatest hits collection consisting of his post-Beatles material. It's pretty amazing that he can fill four volumes with songs that he wrote and recorded after leaving the greatest rock band of all time, but after seeing the track list, there are a few conspicuous songs missing.

Related Articles  Source: K-Earth 101, Los Angeles
Monday, April 4, 2016
Paul takes his One On One tour to Argentina

Paul McCartney has confirmed brand new dates for his One On One tour in Argentina this summer, Sunday May 15 at Alberto Kempes Stadium in Cordoba, and Tuesday May 17 and Thursday May 19 at Estadio Unico de la Plata, Buenos Aires. These concerts will be Paul's first shows in Argentina since 2010 and Paul's first in Cordoba.

Source: PaulMcCartney.com
Thursday, March 31, 2016
Mystery Solved: 67-track Pure McCartney compilation coming in June

On June 10, the post-Beatles work of Paul McCartney will be celebrated with Pure McCartney, a 67-track collection spanning his entire career. This includes selections from his solo albums as well as his classic work with Wings and his "Fireman" project, among other musical odds and ends, tracks hand-picked by Paul himself.

Related Articles  Official Page  Source: Rock Celler Magazine
Stella Mccartney opening second Paris store

Stella Mccartney is expanding her reach in France by opening a second Paris store on Rue Saint-Honore later this year. Paul McCartney's designer daughter opened her first boutique in Paris in 2008. Stella's other stores include Tokyo, Beijing, New York City, Los Angeles, London, Houston, Dallas, Madrid, Milan and Las Vegas.

Source: Contact Music

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