If you are like me and missed the star-studded Beatles special that aired Sunday night on CBS because you were watching The Walking Dead or the Olympics, we've got good news for you: You'll be able to catch the event again tonight. at 7:30 PM
Despite a two-hour parade of musical tributes featuring the biggest names from every genre of modern popular music, Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney effortlessly stole the show at 'The Beatles: The Night That Changed America.'
I'm a huge Beatles fan, so this story about country artist Hunter Hayes really caught my eye! I'm sure a lot of artists are pretty excited to meet a legend like Paul McCartney, but to have him track you down at the Grammys to shake Hunter's hand? Wow!
Historic heavyweights the Rolling Stones and Black Sabbath (as well as relative newcomers Muse and Gary Clark Jr.) were in contention for the Best Rock Song Award at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards, but the trophy went to 'Cut Me Some Slack' by the nameless group featuring surviving Nir…
Paul McCartney, Joan Jett and Go-Go's singer Belinda Carlisle are among the celebrity vegetarians featured on a new limited-edition series of U.S. postage stamps issued by the animal-rights organization PETA.
Paul McCartney and Queen guitarist Brian May are among the British celebrities who have designed special teddy bears that will be up for bid in an online auction to benefit the BBC Children in Need charity. The organization provides support to disadvanta…
Paul McCartney's busy week continues. First he showed up for a couple of impromptu performances. Then he made a new video with some famous friends. Oh, and he also released an album -- his best in 30 years.