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Sir Paul McCartney spent the eve of his 71st birthday rockin' out at Bonnaroo! But the crowd weren't the only ones who were impressed.
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The comedian Bob Saget, obviously buzzed, busting into the press trailer ; Gov't Mule singer/guitarist Warren Haynes singing a snippet from his song "Soulshine" when a fan expressed sadness to him that the band hadn't performed the tune during their Sunday set; and throwback-country singer Dwight Yoakam wearing the tightest jeans I've ever seen on ... (more)
With June 18, 2013 being the 71st birthday of Paul McCartney , we thought we'd take a short trip back in time to seven moments in his life using his personal comments about them to explain his feelings.
Following his second solo album, Ram, in 1971, ex-Beatle Paul McCartney and his wife, Linda, formed Wings, which was intended to be a full-fledged recording and touring band.
HOLLYWOOD - JANUARY 15: Paul McCartney arrives at the 15th annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards held at the Hollywood Palladium on January 15, 2010 in Hollywood, California.
Paul McCartney has given us some of the most memorable love songs in history , and is living proof that those who said the Beatles were a "flash in the pan" and would be forgotten within a few years were impossibly wrongheaded contrarians.
Now that the electronic surveillance of George Orwell's 1984 has come true with a vengeance, it might be smart to look back at other visions of what the future used to be.
Adele has won nearly every major music award out there -- not to mention an Oscar and a Golden Globe -- but now, she's receiving an honor that's truly representative of what she's meant to her home country of Great Britain.
According to Ultimate Classic Rock , the demo was from the seller's personal collection and was one of 250 copies made for radio airplay in 1962.
The 2013 edition of the Bonnaroo festival is in the books, as the four-day concert was held over the weekend in Manchester, TN.
Grammy-nominated guitarist Joe Taylor and his Joe Taylor Group will be performing at the Mary C. O'Keefe Cultural Arts Center next Friday, June 21. Through a mutual friend, Rep. Hank Zuber arranged to have Taylor and his group play the Mary C. en route to Austin, Texas as part of their nationwide tour.
<![CDATA[MANCHESTER, TENN. -- The Bonnaroo vibe is sweat, hangovers and mud between your toes. It's the electricity that first guitar lick in a sound check sends ricocheting through the grounds. And it's people from everywhere, of all backgrounds and ages, gathering to hear diverse genres of music and pretty much all get along. For 12 years now, Bonnaroo has gathered about 80,000 people -- from college students in feathered bird suits to sensible music lovers in breathable athletic gear -- all for music and entertainment. This year, they came to see a 70-year-old legend rock the main stage for nearly three hours. Paul McCartney's youngest fans at Bonnaroo were born more than 20 years after The Beatles called it quits. Still, they were given the opportunity -- and they took it -- to rock along to the 1966 song "Paperback Writer" performed on the same guitar it was recorded with. Read the story: Once again, Bonnaroo shows why it rocks.
"Nancy's my new mother," James McCartney, 35, told the Daily Mail newspaper. "I feel that.
It seems so long ago and so far away, those days in the 1960s when every new Beatles record was so anxiously awaited.