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Sefton Park marks 150th anniversary with Paul McCartney photo

A previously unseen photograph of Paul McCartney on a Liverpool boating lake has been released to mark the 150th anniversary of the park's opening. The photo shows the young Beatle rowing a boat in Sefton Park, just months before the band exploded onto the global music scene. Taken by his...
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Paul McCartney comes to Truist Field on Saturday

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Editor's note: Video featured is about a free food event that happened in Greensboro. Paul McCartney is coming to Truist Field on Saturday. Traffic and road closures in Winston-Salem are expected. Officers will be near the parking lot and there will be signs along Interstate 40,...
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Paul McCartney, PETA release Winston-Salem billboard to call for Starbucks to end vegan milk surcharge

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (WGHP) — Legendary singer-songwriter Paul McCartney is teaming up with People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals in Winston-Salem to put pressure on Starbucks to drop its vegan milk surcharge. On Thursday, PETA announced that the company has purchased a billboard on Salem Parkway east near Truist Field, where McCartney is set to […]

Paul McCartney is coming to Florida for the first time in 5 years. Expect these songs on tour.

Get Back, Got Back, Gone Back. The verb tense doesn’t really matter. Sir Paul McCartney is simply ... Back. When the ex-Beatle brings his band to Hollywood on May 25 and then heads north to Camping World Stadium in Orlando on May 28, it will mark his first tour dates in the Sunshine State in five years. McCartney hasn’t billed this as his last go-round, but you have to wonder.

Harry Benson Reflects on His Decades of Photographing Paul McCartney

A few years ago I came across a photo that rocked me. I simply had to know more about it. The photographer was Harry Benson, whose work I knew but not well, so I proceeded to his website and sent an inquiry to a general email address expecting to get a terse response from an intern or an archivist. So imagine my surprise when a detailed and friendly response came a few days later from the man himself. We struck up a correspondence after that initial approach, and of course my knowledge of his work has become nearly encyclopedic as a result, as has my deep admiration for him.

The Beatles: Sir Paul McCartney's old home inspires artists

Musicians are drawing inspiration from the house where The Beatles first came together as a band to pen a song. Sir Paul McCartney's former family home, 20 Forthlin Road, Liverpool, is where the band wrote several hits. The four winners of the National Trust competition have visited the house to...
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Paul McCartney twists, shouts at Oakland Arena for ‘Got Back’ tour

To watch Paul McCartney perform live is to be in a state of awe. The former Beatle gleams with posh ethereality, twinkling under fluorescent lights and enamoring audiences bewildered to revel in the same air as one of the greatest musicians of all time. Intertwining intimate memories with hits from...

Paul McCartney Is Forever

Let’s cut to the chase. If you haven’t seen Paul McCartney live before,. . Please. Heck, even if you have seen him before, go see him again. If you need someone to give you a reason why, think of it as going to see the Grand Canyon or Michelangelo’s David in Florence. No matter what you think the experience will be, actually being there in their presence, with all five senses taking in the moment, is precisely the thing that makes being alive worth it. Paul McCartney is Yosemite or Banff or the Eifel Tower. He’s music’s greatest national park, its remaining 7th Wonder Of The World.

Paul McCartney review, Los Angeles: Proof he was the coolest Beatle all along

Paul McCartney didn’t used to be cool. Even back in the Nineties, when the Beatles-indebted Britpop scene was in its pomp, “Macca” always seemed like a cheesy elder statesman. He was a bit dad jeans. A bit Alan Partridge. Both thumbs seemingly fixed permanently aloft. It was John Lennon, the band’s truculent rebel, who the Gallagher brothers deified and all the hip young bands wanted to imitate. Back then, Lennon’s “Imagine” seemed like a secular hymn, a sincere manifesto for a better world. These days it’s that song out-of-touch celebrities sing to show how out-of-touch they are.If Lennon’s stock...