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Friday, June 7, 2019
Pictures: Paul McCartney in Madison

When Paul McCartney took the stage at the Kohl Center in Madison, Wisconsin on Thursday night, he and his tight four-piece backing band delivered a joyful and energetic 39-song, three-hour show, from his earliest songs, including one pre-Beatles song, to the newest tunes off his 2018 album "Egypt Station."

Related Articles  Source: The Capitol Times, Madison
Wednesday, June 5, 2019
Green Bay honors Paul McCartney with Abbey Road sign

Ahead of the highly anticipated Paul McCartney concert at Lambeau Field Saturday, the city of Green Bay is adding some British flare to its downtown. Today, the city temporarily turned City Deck Court into Abbey Road. Complete with a road sign and vintage parked cars, visitors can recreate their own crossing Abbey Road photos.

Source: WLUK TV, Green Bay
Pictures: Paul McCartney and Nancy Shevell at NYC charity event

Paul McCartney and his wife Nancy Shevell attended the Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services 2019 Spring Benefit in New York City on Tuesday. They were in good spirits at the charity event, and they certainly dressed to impress, Paul put on a dapper display in a black suit, a white shirt and a black tie.

Source: The Daily Mail, UK
Canadian teen thrilled with McCartney shoutout

Emma Stevens said she was almost moved to tears when she learned her Mi'kmaq rendition of The Beatles' classic song "Blackbird" had earned her a shoutout from none other than Paul McCartney. She said she and her music teacher first heard McCartney had singled her out for praise through comments on YouTube.

Source: BC Local News, Vancouver
Monday, June 3, 2019
Paul McCartney praises Nova Scotia teen's cover of Blackbird

A Nova Scotia teen who has drawn global attention for her Mi'kmaq rendition of The Beatles' classic song "Blackbird" can now add Paul McCartney to her growing list of fans. In concert footage published Sunday on Twitter, the McCatney praises Emma Stevens' recording and encourages his fans to look it up online.

Source: Yahoo! News
Paul McCartney reveals an unseen photo of Linda

For Throwback Thursday last week, Paul McCartney shared a new photo on his official Instagram page and revealed a never-before-seen photo of his late wife, Linda McCartney who died at the age of 56 on 1998, at the McCartney family ranch in Tucson, Arizona. Last week Paul announced the reissue of four live albums.

Source: Metalhead Zone
Friday, May 31, 2019
Paul McCartney meets and greets fans for charity

Paul McCartney is doing a meet and greet with lucky fans for a Charitybuzz auction that is already up to $50,000. The auction will benefit SFAH, a non-profit residential camp that offers programs for physically challenged youth. To date, Charitybuzz has helped raise nearly $400 million for thousands of non-profit organizations.

Source: Alternative Nation
Friday, May 24, 2019
Four Paul McCartney live albums to be reissued

Paul McCartney has announced updated releases of four albums capturing performances spanning from his 1975-1976 return to U.S. arenas with Wings to his intimate 2007 set at Amoeba records in Los Angeles. The albums, Amoeba Gig, Paul Is Live, Choba B CCCP and Wings Over America, will be released on July 12.

Source: Best Classic Bands
Hundreds of unseen Beatles images revealed following worldwide search

Hundreds of never-before-seen images snapped by fans offer a tantalising glimpse of The Beatles' life away from concerts during their heyday. Pictures dusted off from lofts and home drawers following a worldwide search show John Lennon outside his Surrey home in 1968 and Paul McCartney putting his tie before a 1963 concert.

Source: The Daily Mail, UK
Friday, May 17, 2019
McCartney issues Egypt Station II with more studio and live tracks

Paul McCartney has released Egypt Station Explorer's Edition on Capitol Records, comprised of the original Egypt Station record plus a second album, Egypt Station II, which includes the surprise single "Get Enough" to live performances at London's Abbey Road Studios, Liverpool's The Cavern and New York's Grand Central Station.

Source: Best Classic Bands
Tuesday, May 14, 2019
Citilink offers chance for free Paul McCartney tickets

Citilink is offering riders a chance to win two tickets to the sold out Paul McCartney concert at the Fort Wayne Coliseum on June 3. To enter, purchase a "ticket to ride" on a Citilink bus. Take as many photos (selfies) as you want on or around a Citilink bus. Then post them to Facebook. The prize drawing will be May 28.

Source: News-Sentinel, Fort Wayne
Monday, May 13, 2019
Paul McCartney remembers Doris Day

Paul McCartney today remembered his longtime friend and fellow animal lover, Doris Day. The legendary singer and actress died Monday at age 97 after contracting pneumonia. "She was a true star in more ways than one," he wrote on his website. One of those ways was as a lifelong animal welfare activist.

Source: Rolling Stone
Friday, May 10, 2019
New Elvis Costello EP features Paul McCartney collaboration

Elvis Costello collects songs he co-wrote with Paul McCartney and others on the rocker's new EP Purse, which arrived digitally today. The EP includes Costello and the Impostors' take on "The Lovers The four-song EP That Never Were," a song co-written by Costello and McCartney that the latter released on his 1993 LP Off the Ground.

Source: Rolling Stone
Paul McCartney drops to #2 on list of the UK wealthiest musicians

Paul McCartney has been ranked the wealthiest musician in the U.K. for many years, but he has now been replaced by composer Andrew Lloyd Webber, according to The Sunday Times 2019 Rich List. McCartney now is the second richest British musician, with an estimated worth of $974 million, down from $1.1 billion in 2018.

Source: WFJA FM
Wednesday, May 1, 2019
Photo: Paul McCartney playing an unexpected instrument

Paul McCartney shared yet another interesting photo on his verified Instagram account showing himself playing trumpet with Hot City Horns. Along with the photo, Paul wrote, "Have a jazzy time today!" Paul can also be seen in a video playing a trumpet before a concert of his Out There tour in 2014.

Source: Metalhead Zone
Friday, April 26, 2019
Paul McCartney reacts to government pulling funding from LIPA

Paul McCartney has reacted to the UK government taking 16 million in funding away from his Liverpool's Institute of Performing Arts. He said, "LIPA is my passion and part of my legacy. It would not be fair to allow injustice to affect its future. I sincerely hope the Government will correct this error."

Source: Alternative Nation
Why the Beatles almost quit the music business

In a new interview, John Lennon's sister Julia Baird told DailyMailTV that Paul McCartney and John Lennon almost quit music before The Beatles made it big, as they considered going into another line of work. John's aunt Mimi famously said to John, "The guitar is all very well John but you will never make a living out of it."

Source: Alternative Nation
Thursday, April 25, 2019
Paul McCartney to Issue Egypt Station II with additional tracks

Paul McCartney has announced a May 17 release for Egypt Station - Explorer's Edition on Capitol Records. The expanded version of his #1 charting 2018 album includes a bonus disc with studio tracks including the surprise single "Get Enough" to live performances captured at stops such as London's Abbey Road studio.

Source: Best Classic Bands
Monday, April 22, 2019
Paul McCartney shares unseen photo taken by Linda

Beatles icon Paul McCartney celebrated Easter Sunday of all his followers by sharing a previously unseen photo taken by the late Linda McCartney on Instagram. The photo is of Paul on a white horse in a field of yellow flowers. He also shared his beloved late wife, who died at the age of 56 on April 17, 1998.

Source: Metalhead Zone
Wednesday, April 17, 2019
This Week in 1971: Each Beatle had solo single in UK top 40

The week of April 11 to 17, 1971 was a busy one for the Beatles, even though the band had split up. Each former Beatle had a solo single on the UK Top 40 chart, highest on the chart that week was Power to the People from John Lennon and the Plastic Ono Band. Paul McCartney's Another Day was at No. 11.

Source: Rock Cellar Magazine
Thursday, April 4, 2019
Paul McCartney breaks $100 million threshold in Latin America

Paul McCartney impacts the Hot Tours list dated April 6, 2019 with $17.8 million from four South American shows, according to figures reported to Billboard Boxscore. With these recent grosses, McCartney's solo career touring total in Latin America grows to $101 million. In total, McCartney's global total grew to $844.1 million.

Related Articles  Source: Billboard
Tuesday, April 2, 2019
Adidas and Stella McCartney launch vegan 3D-printed shoes

Vegan fashion designer Stella McCartney has teamed up with Adidas and 3D manufacturing specialists Carbon to create a new sustainable shoe. Based on a sock design, the women's shoe features a black mesh upper and an off-white midsole, the branding "Stella McCartney" is printed around the top. They will retail for around $350-$450.

Source: Live Kindly
New exhibit at NY Metropolitan Museum includes Ringo's drum kit

The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York is opening the first major exhibition in an art museum dedicated entirely to the iconic instruments of rock and roll. Play it Loud: Instruments of Rock & Roll, features more than 130 instruments played by artists including Paul McCartney and one of Ringo Starr's Beatles drum kits.

Source: Best Classic Bands
Monday, April 1, 2019
Paul McCartney devastated by passing of famous ticket manager

Paul McCartney has reacted to the death of SLO Ticketing founder Shelley Lazar, nicknamed "The Ticket Queen", who died on Sunday. Lazar was an innovator in music when it comes to VIP and premium ticket options for fans. McCartney tweeted his tribute and also shared touching photos of himself dancing with Lazar at a party.

Source: Alternative Nation
Friday, January 13, 2017
New Paul McCartney album anticipated in 2017

After announcing his return to Capitol Records, for whom the Beatles famously recorded, Paul McCartney wrapped up his 2016 tour and began work on his first album since 2013's New, going into the studio with producer Greg Kurstin, known for his work with Adele. "I'll put out my next album, but I won't think I'm gonna sell a lot," he said.

Source: Beatles News Blog

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