Paul McCartney has announced that he’ll be providing the score to a new video game, the upcoming Destiny from Bungie and Activision.
Montana have temporarily renamed their Mount Sentinel to be Mount McCartney in honor of the Tuesday night gig at Washington-Grizzly Stadium in Missoula. The mountain features a giant white “M” that will stand for McCartney until the morning of August 6.
It’s almost time to revisit “Listen to What the Man Said” and “Silly Love Songs.”
Perry also revealed that Alice Cooper and Johnny Depp were in on the session, though Perry remains tight-lipped on what exactly the sessions were for.
In the interview, he tells Muni, “When something’s just so successful… people often don’t want to do the big one.”
Paul McCartney returned to touring for the first time last weekend since being sidelined by illness, and he kicked off the festivities with a fairly memorable event in the form of a marriage proposal.
Paul McCartney took a left-field approach when casting the video for “Early Days,” a remembrance song for John Lennon off his 2013 album New.
After postponing his 2014 U.S. tour due to illness last month, Paul McCartney has announced his rescheduled tour.
After postponing multiple tour dates in Asia following a virus infection there last month, Paul McCartney has done the same for a string of concerts in North America, per his doctors’ advice.
Paul McCartney was hospitalized in Japan this week after the cancellation of his Asian tour. A statement from McCartney’s MPL Communications today (May 23) further explained the former Beatle’s current health battle.