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Paul McCartney

Paul McCartney Fans: Let Him Lip Sync

by Pat Matthews “Will you still need me, will you still feed me, when I’m seventy-five?” He’s arguably the most successful musician in the history of our planet. Not only that, but he’s three quarters of a century old. You’d...

/ July 28, 2017
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Beatles Anthology Stream Debuts Monday

by Steve Marinucci | The Beatles announced April 3 that the three albums from the Beatles Anthology will stream starting at 12:01 a.m. local time Monday on Spotify, Amazon Music, Apple Music and other streaming services worldwide. Streaming Release Details The three sets, “Anthology Volume 1,” “Anthology Volume...

/ April 3, 2016
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First Details New ‘Pure McCartney’ Album

by Steve Marinucci | Paul McCartney Thursday officially announced his new “Pure McCartney” compilation. The career-spanning compilation will be released June 10 in 2-CD and 4-CD sets along with a four-LP vinyl versions. The cover has a picture of a bearded McCartney. The announcement came a day after...

/ March 31, 2016
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Roll Up for A Magical History Tour!!!

Announcing the first ever Beatles-A-Rama!!! sponsored Magical History Tour of Southern California! Join tour guide and Beatles-A-Rama!!! Beatles’ News anchor, Gillian Lomax and Pat Matthews (mornings 5-9 PDT) for a glorious close up look at all the Beatles “haunts” in...

/ March 23, 2016
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Beatle Fair Returns to San Diego!!!

Before it gets too late, make your plans NOW to be in San Diego this Saturday, March 26th! It all gets underway at Noon at the Queen Bee’s Art & Cultural, 3925 Ohio Street. The incredible Denny Laine (original member...

/ March 23, 2016
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Will Paul McCartney get the rights to his Beatles songs back? (with List of the Songs)

from Billboard Magazine When news broke that the Michael Jackson estate would sell its 50% share of Sony/ATV Music Publishing to Sony in a $750 million deal, many wondered whether Paul McCartney would finally be able to acquire the rights...

/ March 21, 2016