paul mccartney Archives

Under the Volcano Review: An Music Inspiration from Paradise
Hosting some of the greatest 20th-century musicians, the studio provided some of the biggest inspiration for artists like Paul McCartney, The Police, Jimmy Buffett, Dire Straits, Earth, Wind and Fire, The Rolling Stones, Elton John, and many more I spoke to director Gracie Otto and producer/co-writer Cody Greenwood about the legacy they wanted to capture[...]
Under the Volcano Review: An Music Inspiration from Paradise
Directed by Gracie Otto, the documentary shows a who's who of the music industry mixing contemporary interviews from the likes of The Police, Earth, Wind and Fire's Verdine White, Dire Straits' Mark Knopfler, and Jimmy Buffett, Monsterrat natives who worked with them, archival interviews from the likes of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Elton John, Rolling[...]
Washington DC. USA, 4th July, 1990 Paul McCartney performs at the Fourth of July concert in the Robert F. Kennedy football stadium. (Image: mark reinstein/
Paul McCartney and mega-producer Rick Rubin will sit down for some epic chats across six episodes for Hulu The streaming service has secured the rights to the docu-series, titled McCartney 3,2,1 It will debut on Hulu on July 16th The conversations between the two will cover his more than 60 years as a global icon,[...]
Sneeze: Naoki Urusawa’s Short Stories are Wistful, Goofy Fun
In the latter, he geeks out about meeting Paul McCartney and Neil Young He's reverent about meeting Jack Oliver, the former head of Apple Records, to hear stories about the old Apple days There are also semiautobiographical stories about a fictional rock bands that play to nostalgic older fans, another band that expresses their admiration[...]
The Paley Center for Media's 2019 PaleyFest LA CBS An Evening with Stephen Colbert at DOLBY Theatre, Los Angeles, CA on March 16th, 2019 photo by Eugene Powers /
Monies raised will go to World Health Organization's (WHO) Solidarity Response Fund, established to support healthcare workers around the world, and support local charities that provide food, shelter, and healthcare to those in need. Late-night hosts Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, and Stephen Colbert are teaming up to host One World: Together at Home, courtesy of Global[...]
The film chronicles the recording of the band's final album "Let It Be." "The Beatles: Get Back is a front-row seat to the inner workings of the genius of those creators." – Bob Iger, Disney executive chairman Editorial credit: Brad Aaron / Extensive Research and Features Jackson worked extensively with band members Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr[...]
Image Comics to Kill Off a Beatle in Paul is Dead This April
From Paulo Baron and Ernesto Carbonetti, Image Comics will publish Paul is Dead this April, imagining a world where the conspiracy theory that Paul McCartney died and was replaced by a duplicate is real (it says "I buried Paul" at the end of Strawberry Fields Forever, maaaan) The comic claims to be the definitive edition[...]
Paul McCartney Didn't Like The Idea Of Yesterday
Speaking to Billboard, legendary Beatles musician Paul McCartney revealed that he wasn't originally a fan of the concept behind Yesterday. McCartney was asked about his thoughts on the film during the cover story interview. That began when Richard Curtis, who [directed] Love Actually, wrote to me with the idea And I thought, "This is a terrible idea," but[...]
Yesterday - Himesh Patel
In taking credit, he skyrockets to the top similar to when John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, and George Harrison thrived in the 60s with Beatlemania. Credit: Working Title Films/Universal Pictures The Danny Boyle-directed film, which takes place in the present day, sets in motion the fame Jack goes through from performing at concerts, making talk show[...]
Peter Jackson to Direct New Documentary about The Beatles
Peter Jackson's next project will help write a more definitive last chapter to one of rock n' roll's greatest bands, The Beatles. Working with founding member Paul McCartney, Jackson will utilize the unused 55 hours of in-studio footage not used in the 1970 documentary, Let It Be, according to Variety. Apple Corps and Jackson's production company, WingNut[...]