Paul McCartney in Israel - 24-26 Sept, 2008

 

 
Here are links to the latest Beatles-related articles available online:
 
John Lennon drawings come to
Martha's Vineyard
By Brooks Robards,
Martha's Vineyard Times
31 July, 2012
The late John Lennon of The Beatles is
known primarily as a songwriter and
musician, but he was a budding artist first.
 
The Warwickshire grandad who
used to be in The Beatles
By Jonny Greatrex, Sunday Mercury
30 July, 2012
As a music mad 19-year-old in Liverpool
in the early 60s, Chas Newby was offered
four gigs with a little-known beat group.
 
Stars Congratulate Danny Boyle On
Olympic Show
Contactmusic
28 July, 2012
Ringo Starr, Bette Midler and Christina
Applegate were among the stars who
offered their congratulations to Danny
Boyle as his spectacular show opened the
Olympic Games in London on Friday night.
 
Coronation Street actor Geoffrey
Hughes dies aged 68
BBC
28 July, 2012
Coronation Street and Keeping up
Appearances actor Geoffrey Hughes has
died aged 68, his agent has said.
 
Paul McCartney, Olympics: Legend
Closes London 2012's Opening
Ceremony With 'Hey Jude'
The Huffington Post
27 July, 2012
Sir Paul McCartney was one of the many
famous faces to take the stage during the
opening ceremony of the 2012 London
Olympics.
Also: Paul McCartney Thanks Fans For
Great Response To Olympic Performance;
Paul McCartney Offers Look Inside His
Historic Queens Diamond Jubilee Show;
Listening to Paul McCartney rehearse is a
jaw-dropping preface to London Olympics
 
Hamburg, Germany, and the
Beatles yesterday
By Davin ODwyer, Washington Post
27 July, 2012
Theyre just steel silhouettes, but
instantly recognizable, an iconic lineup
of four figures striking familiar poses
with their instruments.
Also: New Beatles collection is now
available on iTunes
 
Paul McCartney - Master of
Ceremonies (thanks, Rachel)
Shortlist Magazine
Hes Britains greatest musical export, a
living legend and, when the Olympics
finally arrive, the man who will say,
Hello, World.
Also: Sir Paul at graduation celebrations;
New deal for Paul's post-Beatles songs
 
George Harrison Documentary
Nominated For 6 Emmys
antiMUSIC.com
23 July, 2012
Martin Scorsese's film 'George Harrison:
Living In The Material World' has earned
6 nominations for the 2012 Emmy Awards.
 
The Boss is silenced! Bruce
Springsteen's microphone cut off as
he breaks curfew at Hard Rock
Calling with Paul McCartney
Daily Mail
15 July, 2012
Bruce Springsteens microphone was cut
off at the end of his headlining slot at Hard
Rock Calling on Saturday night when he
broke the sound curfew.
Also: Paul McCartney plays two songs with
Bruce Springsteen at the Hard Rock
Calling Festival in London on Saturday
(inc. video)
 
Yoko Ono And Sean Lennon Perform
Anti-Fracking Protest Song On Fallon
(inc. video)
Gothamist
14 July, 2012
Last night, Yoko Ono and son Sean
Lennon took to the Late Night With Jimmy
Fallon stage to announce the launch of
Artists Against Fracking, a collective of
musicians and other celebrities like Joseph
Gordon-Levitt and Leonardo DiCaprio who
are lobbying against fracking in New York
State.
 
Watch New Grammy Awards
Documentary Featuring Paul
McCartney and Bruce Springsteen
Online Now
WFJA Classic Hits and Oldies 105.5 FM
12 July, 2012
The new documentary focusing on how the
sudden death of Whitney Houston affected
this years Grammy Awards is streaming
now for free online.
 
Ringo Starr turns 72 in Nashville with
peace, love
Associated Press
7 July, 2012
The 1960s mop top is gone, but Ringo Starr
is still flashing a peace sign.
Also: Ringo Starr on peace, love and turning
72 (inc. video); Ringo Starr marks his
birthday with 'peace and love' (inc. video);
Culture et Vous : Ringo Starr, Adele et
Angelina Jolie (video); Ringo Starr Turns
72 in Nashville (video)
 
Sir Paul McCartney Reveals More
About His Video Game Project
By Carol Pinchefsky, Forbes
7 July, 2012
As I wrote back in January, Paul McCartney
actually, thats Sir Paul to youtold
German magazine Zeit that he was writing
music for a video gameand then he said
nothing else.
Also: Paul McCartney writing music with
Bungie; Sir Paul McCartney Supports Be
Cruelty-Free Campaign In NZ; Sir Paul
McCartney Premieres NOVA at Rock for
the Heart's 'Heart Strings' in Pittsburgh, 9/7
 
It was 55 years ago today ... that John
Lennon and Paul McCartney met for
the first time
By Gael Fashingbauer Cooper, msnbc.com
6 July, 2012
Friendships come, friendships go.
 
Happy birthday, Ringo Starr!
By Dave Paulson, The Tennessean
6 July, 2012
Nashville may be an ocean away from
Liverpool, but in our estimation, few places
on Earth could make Ringo Starr feel at
home on his birthday quite like Music City.
Also: Why Ringo Starr isn't marking
50-year Beatles milestone; Happy birthday,
Ringo Starr, and merci beaucoup from
Nashville; Meet Ringo Starr And Help The
David Lynch Foundation; Ringo Starr
explores pop art (video); Happy Birthday,
Ringo Starr! Here Are 12 Reasons To Show
Ringo Respect; 30 quotes from Ringo Starr
for his 72nd birthday
 
New Beatles Photos Published
Contactmusic
3 July, 2012
Unpublished photographs of The Beatles at
work in a recording studio at the height of
their fame are to be revealed in a new book.
Also: Why the Fab Four still rule; A Hard
Days Night by numbers: The Beatles
decoded
 
UK Songwriter Pens America With
A Little Help From Sir Paul
McCartney
Webwire
3 July, 2012
Exciting new talent Natalie McCool who
refers to her music as dark panoramic indie
writes a song called America with a little
help from music legend Sir Paul McCartney.
 
Beatles Producer George Martin
Documentary to be Released on DVD
By Dave Lifton, Ultimate Classic Rock
2 July, 2012
In 2011, Sir George Martin, who signed the
Beatles to his Parlophone label and produced
all but one of their albums, was the subject of
a BBC documentary, Produced by George
Martin. The film will be released on DVD,
Blu-ray and digital formats on Sept. 11, 2012.
 
The Rocks Backpages Flashback: In
Defense of Yoko Ono in 1974
Rock's Backpages
AUTHOR'S NOTE: Tidying through my
papers some days ago I found, at last, an
interview I did with Yoko Ono at home in
New York in 1974.
 
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
By Ian Garland. Daily Mail
1 July, 2012
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.
Also: McCartney and Co, 270 years young:
Rock gods out in force to celebrate pop art
pioneer's 80th birthday; Paul Mccartney 'Lost
It' When Performed With Brian Wilson
 
 
 
 
 
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