July 1, 2012
Beatles star Sir Paul McCartney will end the Olympics opening ceremony with Hey Jude
and he'll ask the stadium's 60,000 spectators to join him for a sing-along
Beatles legend Sir Paul McCartney will close out the Olympics Games opening ceremony with a performance of Hey Jude - and he'll ask the stadium's 60,000 spectators to sing along with him.
Brian Wilson puts Paul McCartney in awe
Sir Paul McCartney 'lost it' when he got to perform with Brian Wilson.The Beatles legend sang at a charity concert on the Beach Boys star's hit 'God Only Knows' and admits he was very overwhelmed by the opportunity.
McCartney and Co, 270 years young: Rock gods out in force to celebrate pop art pioneer's 80th birthday
With a combined age of 270, they make a quartet of genuine rock legends.Sir Paul McCartney, 70, Eric Clapton, 67, Roger Daltrey, 68, and Ronnie Wood, 65, were among a parade of stars who turned out to mark the 80th birthday of pop art pioneer Sir Peter Blake.
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Sir Paul McCartney guitar raises £40,000 for charity
A signed guitar donated by Sir Paul McCartney has been sold at auction raising £40,000 for a music therapy charity.The Hofner bass is the same model which became Sir Paul's signature instrument when he performed with The Beatles.
The Beatles in my life : Paul McCartney is 70
Paul McCartney is 70. In his prime, he was the cutest, most appealing member of The Beatles, the British singing group who defined the youthful enthusiasm of my era in the 1960s.
Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney featured in George Martin documentary coming on DVD
A documentary on the life of Sir George Martin coming this September on DVD features comments from both Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr.