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Paul McCartney's original song for the first-person shooter video game Destiny has surfaced on Youtube. The song's called "Hope For The Future" and was recorded with a 120-piece orchestra at London's…   Read Story »
It's not like the world needed another Beatles tribute. There's an entire industry devoted to letting you know that the Beatles were the most important band of all time and that Paul McCartney was…   Read Story »
As teased at the end of Paul McCartney's "Early Days" video, here's 29 minutes of Macca jamming on some 12-bar blues ditties with a number of accomplished musicians and Johnny Depp. I'm…   Read Story »
As a rule, it's not a great idea to believe everything you read in the New York Post. But the paper's celebrated Page Six gossip page does have an intriguing, baffling new tidbit of information, and…   Read Story »
The New York Times reports that Paul McCartney has scored the soundtrack from the upcoming first-person shooter game Destiny. The score is a collaboration with Marty O'Donnell, who also scored the…   Read Story »
Paul McCartney played Lincoln's Pinnacle Bank Arena on Monday, and he stopped in Omaha the day before to catch up with business magnate and philanthropist Warren Buffett. According to The Omaha…   Read Story »
Someone needs to inform Johnny Depp that hanging out with ancient, beloved rock stars does not make you cool. Depp didn't automatically become cool by getting Keith Richards cast in that one Pirates…   Read Story »
In Paul McCartney's video for NEW single "Appreciate" -- presented by Microsoft, incidentally -- Macca is busted out of the human museum by his new buddy Newman the robot. Is it goofy? Of course!…   Read Story »
Last night, on the 50th anniversary of the Fab Four's performance on Ed Sullivan, CBS aired The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute To The Beatles. The special, which was filmed in Los…   Read Story »
The Grammys aren't about Grammys -- the vast majority of them aren't even given out during the televised ceremony. (UPDATE: Here's who won, though.) No, the Grammys are about the performances, and…   Read Story »