Paul McCartney Teasing Fans on Instagram

It appears Paul McCartney has another surprise in store for fans, as he has been teasing his social media followers with names for rumored collaborations appearing on images of 12 colored rolling dice.  A video featuring three dotted dice like the one that appears on the McCartney III album cover — are seen rolling, with each also…

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Paul McCartney to Publish Lyrics Book

Paul McCartney will publish a new book–The Lyrics: 1956 to the Present, this November, he announced this week. The book–which arrives Nov. 2–will offer insight into  154 songs he has written throughout his career. It has a New Jersey connection as well, as the tome is based on conversatio the Beatle icon had over five years…

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Paul McCartney Crashes Princeton University Songwriting Class

I used to get mad at my school-the teachers that taught me weren’t cool: because they weren’t a Beatle. Princeton University upped their “cool” quotient with a virtual visit from Sir Paul McCartney, who dropped in to the New Jersey Ivy League school’s songwriting workshop to critique the works of 33 students, according to The…

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Paul McCartney Record Delayed

A manufacturing problem is delaying the release of Paul McCartney’s latest record, McCartney III, he shared on Facebook. “Unforeseeable production delays have forced the release date of Paul’s all-new all-Paul album ‘McCartney III’ to be moved back one week to December 18, 2020,” read the announcement. “Thank you to everyone for your patience, support and…

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Paul McCartney III Coming in December

Just in time for the holidays, Paul McCartney will officially release his 18th solo album-McCartney III–on Dec. 11. He previously released McCartney in 1970, and then McCartney II in 1980. Both of those albums were complete McCartney from lyrics, music and all instruments played. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer keeps up this tradition on the third installment> McCartney III will…

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Ringo Starr Birthday Celebration: How You Can Watch

If you want to celebrate Ringo Starr’s birthday celebration tomorrow (July 7), but somehow can’t access YouTube, there is another way to join in the fun.  Ringo’s Big Birthday Show will be broadcast on AXS TV at 8 p.m. ET, the same time as the YouTube stream. Other Ringo themed specials–including a 7 p.m. repeat showing…

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