It’s difficult to match the uniqueness of Paul McCartney’s 1979 holiday original, “Wonderful Christmastime,” so jolly old saint Macca isn’t even trying.
Mumford & Sons acknowledged the history of the venue and their fellow Brits, the Beatles, who made their debut there way back in 1964. And the banter didn’t end there.
The ceremony also included performances from One Direction, Emeli Sande, Ed Sheeran, the Spice Girls, George Michael and a symphony of British music.
Sir Paul McCartney may be Britain’s highest-paid performer, but he earned nearly nothing for his performance at the Olympic Opening Ceremony in London last Friday.
The Beatles may have a history in Hamburg, but despite the band’s early ties to the German city, a Fab Four museum there is closing its doors due to “lack of interest.”
News came from across the pond this week that Paul McCartney will be the closing act for the opening ceremony of the 2012 Olympic Games in London.
Even with Paul McCartney‘s 70th birthday approaching next month the ex-Beatles bassist isn’t slowing down one bit. Sir Paul performed in front of 200,000 people at Mexico City’s historic central square, The Zolcalo, for the […]
With a little help from his friend Dave Stewart (formerly of the Eurythmics), Ringo Starr is developing a movie musical for Paramount, reports entertainment industry website Deadline.com.
Pop singer Demi Lovato took her her Twitter to reveal that she almost made rock & roll history this week in L.A.
Let’s listen to what happened on this day in history, February 7.