Today In Music History: 08/14/17Today we get "Maggie May," "Rock 'N Me," and "Won't Get Fooled Again." Guns'N Roses kick off their first North American tour and Candlestick Park has gets a farewell show from Sir Paul Today in Music History.
Ringo Starr Discusses Paul McCartney Collaboration on New Album"He's incredible at singing too and as a writer, but for me, as a bass player, he is the finest and the most melodic."
Paul McCartney Plays Drums on Foo Fighters' New AlbumApparently, the Beatles principal isn't even the biggest guest on the record.
Ringo Starr Shares 'We’re on the Road Again' Featuring Paul McCartneyJoe Walsh, Edgar Winter and Steve Lukather also appear on the track.
Today In Music History: 07/24/17Paul gives away one of his songs to another group, the movie "La Bamba" opens here in the U.S., and Survivor hits #1 with "Eye of The Tiger" and stays there for 6 weeks...Today in Music History.
Paul McCartney Trolls Westboro Baptist ChurchInstead of getting annoyed at their protests, McCartney turned to the internet's favorite weapon to fight back: Memes.
Today In Music History: 07/06/17Paul and John meet for the first time, Tina Turner gets a day in L.A., Van McCoy and Louie Armstrong pass away, and Queen release their first song.
Sir Paul McCartney Makes Beatles Publishing Rights Deal with SonyThe rocker has been trying to gain rights to the songs since Michael Jackson outbid him in the 80s.
Today In Music History: 06/28/17Wham! says farewell, The Eagles release "One of These Nights," McCartney hits #1, and The Beatles record a lullaby.
Today In Music History: 06/20/17Sir Paul takes the stage for the 3000th time, Jimi Hendrix gets a $125,000 for one show and American Bandstand celebrates it's 20th anniversary..Today in Music History.
Eddie Vedder Recalls the Time Paul McCartney Punched Him in the Face"I think I remember tasting a bit of blood."
Today In Music History: 06/08/17Ghostbusters hits theaters and the radio, Paul has his 3rd solo #1 here in the States, and the Boss gets married to Patti Scialfa.