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WATCH: Paul McCartney Perform “Another Girl” Live For The First Time

Sir Paul McCartney has completed a task that no other Beatle has. Until now, that is. Today marks the first time “Another Girl” has been sung to a live audience. The English singer performed the track off the band’s 1965 album Help! today at Nippon Budokan in Tokyo, Japan. The performance also marked the first time McCartney played at the venue since 1966, when he was there with the full band. You can watch a fan video of the performance below the jump. McCartney has announced that he will be back in Europe this summer for nine special tour…

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STREAM: Darkstar & Hayden Thorpe of Wild Beasts Cover “Temporary Secretary” by Paul McCartney

When I learned that this cover happened, I knew I had to cover it. I don’t really listen to Darkstar or Wild Beasts, but when I saw that they covered what could be Paul McCartney‘s worst track ever, “Temporary Secretary”, I had to see how it turned out. (For those musically adventurous, feel free to listen to McCartney’s original track here.) Hayden Thorpe, singer and instrumentalist of the indie-rock/pop band Wild Beasts joined forces with the electronic music group, Darkstar, and posted the song to Soundcloud two days ago. Keeping with the…

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Paul McCartney Announces First UK Tour In Three Years

Paul McCartney, sure isn’t slowing down anytime soon. The English singer has announced that he will be back in Europe this summer for nine special tour dates. The shows will be his the first UK performances since his he played at the Royal Albert Hall in 2012. McCartney will begin the tour in London on May 23 and will travel throughout the UK and Europe before finishing off the tour in Stockholm on July 9. Check out the list of dates and locations for the tour below the jump and…

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The Airborne Toxic Event And More On New Paul McCartney Tribute

To celebrate Sir Paul McCartney, several prominent artists have recorded covers to classic tracks. The special album project is called The Art Of McCartney and brings together bands from different eras all on one album. The Airborne Toxic Event, The Cure, Owl City, Alice Cooper and many more artists are featured on the album. The album is set to release on November 18th. You can find the complete track list below as well as a trailer for The Art Of McCartney. If you want to own this awesome album, you can purchase…

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Paul McCartney, U2, Bruce Springsteen Join Call For Pussy Riot’s Prison Release

Paul McCartney, U2 and Bruce Springsteen are the latest to add their names to an open letter with Amnesty International urging for Pussy Riot’s release from Russian prison. Over 100 musicians have joined the call, including Radiohead, Yoko Ono, Madonna and Patti Smith. The letter emphasizes that the effects of Pussy Riot’s “shockingly unjust trial and imprisonment has spread far and wide, especially among your fellow artists, musicians and citizens around the world.” Pussy Riot members Nadezhda Tolokonnikova and Maria Alyokhina are still imprisoned in Russia after receiving two-year sentences last year for…

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Surviving Nirvana Members Reunite At Paul McCartney Seattle Show

The surviving members of Nirvana gave their hometown a special treat when they joined Paul McCartney onstage in Seattle late last week. Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear performed “Cut Me Some Slack,” the song they first united with McCartney on at the Hurricane Sandy benefit concert last year, and stayed to jam on a whole bunch of Beatles classics, including “Get Back” and “Helter Skelter.” Check out videos of performances for “Cut Me Some Slack” and “Helter Skelter” after the jump! Nirvana recently announced the September re-release of In Utero to…

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Paul McCartney Visits Graceland

Paul McCartney recently visited Graceland, the former home of Elvis Presley. McCartney tweeted a picture of himself leaving a personal guitar pick on Elvis’ grave. You can get tickets for McCartney’s tour here. Head below to see the Twitpic. Please follow and like us:

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