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'Cut me some slack' wins best rock song Grammy

'Cut me some slack' wins best rock song GrammyLos Angeles, Jan 27 - "Cut me some slack", written and sung by Dave Grohl, Paul McCartney, Kris Novoselic and Pat Smear, won the best rock song trophy at the 56TH Annual Grammy Awards.

The ceremony was held Sunday at the Los Angeles Staples Center.

The other songs nominated in the category were "God is dead?" By Black Sabbath and "Panic station" by Matthew Bellamy from the British band Muse. (IANS)


Paul Mccartney may perform final show at Candlestick Park

Paul Mccartney may perform final show at Candlestick Park, December 31 : Sir Paul Mccartney is reportedly in talks to perform the final show at San Francisco's Candlestick Park.

The Beatles had performed their final Stateside concert at the park in 1966, which is going to be demolished soon, and the venue bosses are hoping that the 71-year-old English musician will return for one final, historic show, Contactmusic reported.

The 53-year-old park will be demolished in early 2015. (ANI)


Paul McCartney still 'hungry' for success

Paul McCartneyLondon, December 27 - Paul McCartney has said that he is still hungry for success even after 50 years of being at the top of music industry.

The former Beatles star told US Radio that it seems to him that no matter how famous, accomplished or how many awards one gets, stars are always thinking about somebody who might be better than them, the Mirror reported.


McCartney relives The Beatles' days

McCartney relives The Beatles' daysLondon, Dec 5 : Singer Paul McCartney recently organised a band to perform at a surprise 54th birthday party for wife Nancy Shevell in Tokyo.

He later joined the band onstage. McCartney was in Japan on his Out There world tour to promote his album "New".

The Parrots, Japan’s copycat act, helped McCartney to relive his former band’s happy days. The 71-year-old also joined them for the Beatles’ 1964 hit “I saw her standing there”.


McCartney resists temptation to pen songs

McCartney resists temptation to pen songsLos Angeles, Oct 25 - Musician Paul McCartney says that he is resisting writing new songs as he already has plenty of them now.

The 71-year-old recently released his latest album "New".

"I'm resisting writing any more songs as I've got so many. I got everything off my chest with 'New', and next I need to go through my pile of demo ideas," dailystar. co. uk quoted McCartney as saying.


Paul McCartney serenades wife Nancy over the phone

Paul McCartney serenades wife Nancy over the phoneLondon, Oct 11 - Paul McCartney has confessed his secret of keeping the romance alive with his wife Nancy, who is living thousands of miles away in New York.


McCartney wants to be trendy, not old fashioned

McCartney wants to be trendy, not old fashionedLos Angeles, Oct 4 : Former Beatles singer Paul McCartney says if he decides to go on tour, he would not like it to be old fashioned at all.

"If I'm gonna do a tour, I like to go and see what other people are doing. I don't wanna bring my tour out and be amazingly old fashioned," NME magazine quoted McCartney as saying.

The 71-year-old wants to outdo the current lot of performers, reports contactmusic. com.


John Lennon hoped to beat Paul McCartney with 'Imagine'?

John Lennon hoped to beat Paul McCartney with 'Imagine'?London, June 28 : Late singer-songwriter John Lennon was reportedly obsessed with composing a song better than his former bandmate Paul McCartney's "Yesterday". He hoped his song "Imagine" would turn out to be as good as the latter's 1965 hit number.

Lennon wished to pen a better song than "Yesterday" as many fans mistakenly thought it was composed by him along with McCartney, reports dailystar. co. uk.


McCartney to replace Cobain for Nirvana gig

McCartney to replace Cobain for Nirvana gigNew York, Dec 12 : Singer Paul McCartney will take the place of late singer Kurt Cobain as the lead vocalist for Nirvana band for a concert.

Nirvana, which consisted of Cobain, singer Dave Grohl and bassist Krist Novoselic initially, will perform together after 20 years, but with McCartney leading the band this time.

McCartney, 70, has been secretly working with Grohl and Novoselic to perform at concert for a charity event here.


Rainy Valentine’s Day inspired Paul McCartney to write romantic song for wife

Rainy Valentine’s Day inspired Paul McCartney to write romantic song for wifeLondon, November 23 : Paul McCartney has revealed how a rainy day inspired him to composed a song about wife Nancy Shevell in an upcoming television documentary.

The pair tied the knot in a lavish ceremony in October last year.

In the documentary, titled `Live Kisses', the 70-year-old musician is seen singing the track, called My Valentine, recorded for his album `Kisses On The Bottom'.


Rejected Beatles audition tape goes on sale for £30k

Rejected Beatles audition tape goes on sale for £30kLondon, November 23 : The Beatles' audition tape that was infamously rejected by a record company boss - because he thought guitar groups were `on the way out'
- is set to go under the hammer after 50 years.

The group - once known as The Silver Beatles - were also told `they had no future in showbusiness' following the 1962 audition, during which they recorded a ten-track demo tape.


Paul McCartney and Bruce Springsteen to perform at Sandy benefit gig

Paul McCartney and Bruce Springsteen to perform at Sandy benefit gigNew York, Nov 16 : Paul McCartney and Bruce Springsteen will be joining a horde of other stars to perform at next month's Sandy benefit concert, at New York's Madison Square Garden.


Yoko Ono did not break up The Beatles, says Paul McCartney

Yoko Ono did not break up The Beatles, says Paul McCartneyLondon, October 29 : Beatles legend Paul McCartney has said that bandmate John Lennon''s wife Yoko Ono did not break up the band.

He has tried to quell decades of anger directed at John Lennon’s Japanese widow, 79, by telling fans to “let it be”.

"She certainly didn''t break the group up," the 70-year-old told Sir David Frost in an interview.


Paul McCartney revisiting studio to work on lost Lennon track

Paul McCartney revisiting studio to work on lost Lennon trackLondon, Oct 8 : Sir Paul McCartney is planning to return to the studio with producer Jeff Lynne and complete work on another John Lennon tune, which he and his Beatles bandmates gave up on while recording ‘Free As A Bird’ for the group’s Anthology project.


Sir Paul Mccartney crowned `world’s richest lead singer`

Sir Paul Mccartney crowned `world’s richest lead singer`Washington, September 14 : Sir Paul Mccartney has beaten Bono to be named the world’s richest lead singer with an estimated personal fortune of 795.2 million dollars.

The 70-year-old ‘Beatles’ legend landed first place in the CelebrityNetWorth. com poll, with ‘U2’ frontman Bono trailing at number two with 595.2 million dollars.


McCartney to get top French honour

McCartney to get top French honourLondon, Sep 4 - Singer Paul McCartney is to be honoured with the France's top cultural honour.

The singer will be conferred the Legion of Honour medal by French President Francois Hollande Saturday, reports express. co. uk.

This year's honourees list also includes movie mogul Harvey Weinstein and Mexican actress Salma Hayek. Among past recipients of this honour are Clint Eastwood, Robert Redford, Robert De Niro, and Lenny Kravitz. (IANS)


Paul McCartney’s family bliss

Paul McCartney’s family blissNew York, September 3 : Paul McCartney has been enjoying a lot of quality family time lately.

The former Beatle joined Simon Aboud, husband of his daughter Mary McCartney, and their two sons for breakfast at Babette's in East Hampton last week.

"Paul joined the two boys, who were calling him Grandpa, and helped them finish their meals," an eye witness told the New York Post.

"And he had a camera film the kids all during the breakfast."


McCartney raises voice to save baby elephant in India

McCartney raises voice to save baby elephant in India Mumbai, July 26 - Former Beatle Paul McCartney took a break from his London Olympics performance rehearsal for Sunder, a baby elephant who has been beaten and is kept in chains here.

McCartney, who first came to India in 1966, sent a letter to Maharashtra Forest Minister Patangrao Kadam to use his power to immediately rescue Sunder.


Beatle great McCartney supports Humane Society International''s ''Be Cruelty Free'' campaign in India

Beatle great McCartney supports Humane Society International''s ''Be Cruelty Free'' campaign in IndiaMumbai, July 9 : Sir Paul McCartney has given his backing to Humane Society International/India''s Be Cruelty-Free campaign, the largest-ever global effort to end animal testing for cosmetics worldwide.

In many countries, animals such as rabbits, mice and guinea pigs continue to have cosmetic chemicals dripped in their eyes, spread on their sensitive skin or injected into their blood.


End animal testing for cosmetics: Paul McCartney

End animal testing for cosmetics: Paul McCartneyMumbai, July 9 - Veteran singer Sir Paul McCartney is supporting India's Be Cruelty-Free campaign initiated by Humane Society International (HSI) to end animal testing for cosmetics worldwide.


Paul McCartney to close London Olympics with `Hey Jude

Paul McCartney to close London Olympics with `Hey JudeLondon, July 2 : Sir Paul McCartney will close the London Olympics opening ceremony by giving a rousing performance of `Hey Jude'.

The 70-year-old singer has been booked to belt out his 1968 Beatles hit to the 60,000 stadium spectators and a one billion-strong global TV audience.

The crowd are expected to join in with the pop anthem, including its famous "naa, na, na, na na na na" closing line, the Daily Star reported.


Paul McCartney to close London Olympics opening ceremony

Paul McCartney to close London Olympics opening ceremonyLondon, June 5 : Sir Paul McCartney has confirmed that he will close the London 2012 opening ceremony.

A performance by the former Beatle has long been rumoured and in January he revealed that he was in talks about taking part.

Speaking on BBC Radio 5 Live Drive, he ended the speculation. "I've been booked," he said, adding that he would be "closing the opening".


Paul McCartney downed whisky after `The Beatles` split up

Paul McCartney downed whisky after `The Beatles` split upLondon, June 4 : Sir Paul McCartney has for the first time, revealed how he battled a drink problem after ‘The Beatles’ broke up.

The singer confessed that he would hit the bottle at his hideaway on the Mull of Kintyre while struggling to adjust to his solo career.

The singer, who will be 70 on June 18, admitted worrying his first wife Linda by often being so drunk in the early 1970s that he was unable to write songs.


Sir Paul McCartney held impromptu private show for Princess Diana

Sir Paul McCartney held impromptu private show for Princess DianaLondon, May 10 : Sir Paul McCartney’s former spokesman Geoff Baker has revealed that the singer once gave a unique royal command performance for a very exclusive audience made up of Diana, Princess of Wales and her two sons.

The secret gig took place in January 1993. McCartney, then 50, was filming the video for his single’ Biker Like An Icon’ at Pinewood Studios.


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