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Friday, February 28, 2014
Video: Paul McCartney backstage at the 2014 Grammys

Last month Paul McCartney picked up five Grammys at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards at Staples Center in Los Angeles. Paul McCartney's official website was on hand to capture an exclusive look behind-the-scenes from the night, including Paul rubbing shoulders with Ringo and all the other celebs on hand for the evening.

Tuesday, February 11, 2014
Video: Paul and Ringo rehearse Queenie Eye for Grammys

Paul McCartney's official website has posted an exclusive behind-the-scenes video shot at the rehearsals for the Grammys featuring Paul and Ringo practicing "Queenie Eye." The clip includes interviews, Paul says that "playing with Ringo is very special," and Ringo says of his lifelong friend, "Paul McCartney is the finest."

Tuesday, January 28, 2014
Ringo Starr's tandem drumming with Paul McCartney at the Grammys

Many Beatles fans were disappointed when the Grammys reunion featuring Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney found Starr performing alongside McCartney's regular drummer, Abe Laboriel Jr. That's actually Starr's preferred format these days, his regular All-Starr Band tours always feature an additional drummer.

Source: Something Else Reviews
Monday, January 27, 2014
Paul McCartney recalls magic of Nirvana team-up backstage at Grammys

Paul McCartney described the session on "Cut Me Some Slack" as much quicker than anything on his just released New album, and didn't realize the significance of who he was playing with when he walked into Dave Grohl's 606 studio in Northridge, California. "It was magic for me playing with these guys," McCartney said.

Source: Rolling Stone
Beatle-basher Piers Morgan gets schooled by James Rosen

CNN host Piers Morgan couldn't stop himself from bashing Ringo Starr at last night's Grammy awards, tweeting, "If this was a karaoke bar, Ringo would be bottled off by now." Fox News correspondent, and huge Beatles fan, James Rosen came to his defense, tweeting, "Remind me who Piers Morgan is again?"

Source: The Daily Caller
Paul McCartney embraces Yoko Ono before performing with Ringo Starr

It seems Paul McCartney and Yoko One have put their feud behind them. Before reuniting on stage with his Beatles band mate, Ringo Starr, Paul approached Yoko in the star-studded crowd and held her hand as they exchanged a few words. They embraced each other, and the gesture didn't appear to have been forced.

Source: The Express, UK
Paul McCartney takes home four Grammys

Paul McCartney took home five awards from this year's Grammys, his biggest ever, including Best Rock Song for Cut Me Some Slack co-wrote with Dave Grohl, Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package for last year's Wings Over America re-issue, Best Surround Sound Album and Best Music Film for Live Kisses.

Sunday, January 26, 2014
Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr share Grammy stage for rare performance

As many fans hoped, a Paul and Ringo reunion happened on the Grammy stage tonight. McCartney sat down on a psychedelic-painted piano with Starr on drums and they performed "Queenie Eye" from Macca's latest album New. Earlier in the broadcast, Starr performed solo and played "Photograph" from his 1973 album, Ringo.

Source: Rolling Stone
Paul McCartney and surviving members of Nirvana win Grammy

The Best Rock Song Award at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards went tonight to the nameless group featuring surviving Nirvana alum Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselik and Pat Smear with Paul McCartney for Cut Me Some Slack, originally conceived for the soundtrack of the Grohl-directed documentary "Sound City."

Source: Ultimate Classic Rock

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Dave Grohl calls Paul McCartney a visionary at the Grammys

In an interview on the Red Carpet of the 2014 Grammy Awards, Dave Grohl said Paul McCartney "makes you feel like you've been friends forever," when you meet him. Grohl won the Grammy for Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media earlier in the evening for the album Sound City: Real to Reel, which also featured McCartney.

Source: Rolling Stone
Paul McCartney albums pick up early Grammys

At the 2014 Grammys pre-show award ceremony, Paul McCartney's Wings Over America landed Simon Earith and James Musgrave the Best Boxed Or Special Limited Edition Package award. Also, Al Schmitt and Tommy LiPuma won the Best Surround Sound Album for McCartney's Live Kisses. The event was hosted by Cyndi Lauper.

Source: 3 News, NZ
Saturday, January 25, 2014
Photos: Ringo and Yoko at Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award

She was once blamed for the break-up of The Beatles and it was said that Yoko Ono was resented by her former husband John Lennon's bandmates. But nowadays, Yoko is rather chummy with the likes of Ringo Starr, and the pair showed what good friends they are at the 2014 Grammys Lifetime Achievement Award event on Saturday.

Source: The Daily Mail, UK
Tears and tributes at Grammy Lifetime Achievement ceremony

"It's a lifetime achievement award but I feel like we've all got a lot more life in us," Ringo Starr said in accepting the Grammy Lifetime Achievement award for the Fab Four on Saturday. "Beatles music is still out there and that's the thing I'm most proud of." Yoko Ono and Olivia Harrison were also on hand in Los Angeles.

Source: Variety

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