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Are you in the mood for some crazy Freaky Friday -style antics involving our favorite late night host and a real live Beatle? That's a very specific craving, and you should probably look into where that comes from, but I think I've got just the video
14 pm Follow Get Entertainment Newsletters: Abe Laboriel, Jr. Lives The Dream I've been contributing to The Huffington Post for a few years now, and I've written about all kinds of different things, generally in the arts & culture space, that capture
Or maybe all these honors coming Bill McCartney's way nearly two decades after he retired have underlined his mantra, "I'm a Buff for life." But as Saturday approaches and Colorado's all-time winningest coach is honored at halftime of the 4 p.m.
Paul McCartney is releasing a new album, New , on Oct. 15 and to promote the launch he'll be taking questions from fans in a live Twitter Q&A his first ever, according to his publicists. While McCartney, 71, is still an active performer and tours
Sir Paul McCartney has banned staff from eating meat and accessing Facebook during the filming of a new promo...A source told The Sun newspaper: ''It was meant as a joke but, still, you would be out on your ear if you ignored the memo. ''Anyone found
To promote his new album, New, which drops Oct. 15, Paul McCartney has offered to field questions via Twitter. McCartney's previous album, Kisses on the Bottom, consisted of covers of pre-rock songs that influenced him when he was growing up...
Two women in England were pleasantly surprised to receive a reply from Paul McCartney 50 years after sending him a fan message. Barbara Bezant and Lyn Phillips recorded a message on a reel-to-reel tape in 1963 and sent it to the Finsbury Park Astoria
The former Beatles star told Mojo Magazine that he believes that the biggest problem with fame is that people grow out of their old skin, and go crazy as there's nothing to hold onto anymore, Contactmusic reported. The 71-year-old musician added that
The one who used to get all serious and cry at award shows was alright. But the one who turns up to stuff dressed a bit scruffy and then pulls faces is much more fun. He looks like he'd always be the last one to go to bed after a night out. Anyway
Los Angeles Times Pop Music Critic September 24, 2013 , 7:57 a.m. Paul McCartney doesn't really need the publicity, but when he desires it he sure can make a dent. On Monday he and his band shut down a stretch of Hollywood Boulevard to perform a