Paul McCartney And James Corden Tour Liverpool! Yes, Corden’s great “carpool karaoke” segment went to Liverpool so legendary Singer/Songwriter and Beatle Paul McCartney could show him where he grew up – singing classic songs the whole time! The segment is… Read More ›
“My Grandma Saw You At Candlestick Park!” That is just one of the funny moments on this dynamite concert DVD from 2006 – Paul having fun with signs he sees in the crowd! I watched this again last night and… Read More ›
“One thing they didn’t tell me was that I was in the middle of a Nirvana reunion!” When you are Paul McCartney, it must be difficult to be surprised by anything – but wait until you read some of this… Read More ›
My Paul McCartney “Electric Argument!” Was The Fireman Actually “McCartney III?” Macca’s Heather Mills Dis Myth!
This Paul McCartney album was hailed as: “The ex-Beatle’s headiest music in years!” The album being referenced captured Macca in a very artistic mood, as a series of photo shoots revealed: “Electric Arguments” Electrifies The Critics! It was, of course,… Read More ›
“I think most bands on tour are on the run.” With these words, Paul McCartney sets the stage for perhaps his greatest album ever – “Band On The Run” – a brilliant album that was as dramatic behind the scenes… Read More ›
Paul McCartney’s Simple Classic “McCartney!” Paul’s Solo Masterpiece Rises From The Ashes Of The Beatles!
“I loved that record because it was so simple. And there was so much to see and to hear. It was just Paul. There was no adornment at all … There was no attempt made to compete with the things… Read More ›
McCartney’s “Secret” Masterpiece! Based on these photos, Paul McCartney was in a playful mood when he returned to his solo career in 1980 – after many years recording with his band Wings – and from these recording sessions he created… Read More ›
Macca Has Never Looked Better! As you know, I’m a huge Paul McCartney fan – and “Macca” doesn’t get nearly enough credit for all of the experimental music projects he has taken on over the years. The History Of “The… Read More ›