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Figures have revealed that Sir Paul McCartney earned A 60,000 a day last year, after his company netted A 27 million profit. Figures obtained by the Sun newspaper show that The Beatles star raked in A 22 million over the 12 months as a director of his music firm.
The star-studded Paul McCartney tribute album The Art of McCartney was released this past week, featuring renditions of the rock legend's songs by such luminaries as Bob Dylan , Billy Joel , Brian Wilson , Roger Daltrey and many many more. During a BBC Radio interview Wednesday, McCartney himself chatted about the compilation, marveling about the "amazing people" the producers got to take part in the project.
Released: Nov 18, 2014 Genre: Rock, Tribute Album Label: Arctic Poppy Number Of Tracks: 34 Such artists as KISS, Def Leppard, Steve Miller and Paul Rodgers pay tribute to one of the most influential of rock musicians on "The Art of McCartney." What is there to be said about Paul McCartney that already hasn't been emphasised? He remains one of the most impressionable songwriters within rock music, and between his contributions as a member of The Beatles , Wings and The Firemen , as well as his extensive solo career, McCartney has authored more than two dozen studio albums comprised of standout compositions which continues resonate amongst multiple generations of fans.
THEY formed the band that became the biggest in rock music history but as Charles Miranda discovers, The Quarrymen just want to play in Australia. REALITY show First Contact has had mixed success in changing the "racist" views of its Australian stars, with Sandy not even attending the reunion show.
A telegram in which John Lennon apologises to a Dj for punching him during Sir Paul Mccartney 's birthday party is among a host of Beatles memorabilia up for auction next month . The late musician sent the note in 1963 following a bust-up with Bob Wooler, a disc jockey who worked at the legendary Cavern Club in Liverpool, England during MCCartney's 21st birthday celebrations.
A host of stars including TONY BENNETT, LEANN RIMES and BOYZ II MEN performed BILLY JOEL's classic hits to pay tribute to the musician as he received America's prestigious Gershwin Prize for Popular Song on Wednesday . The Piano Man star followed in the footsteps of Sir Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder when he was presented with the Library of Congress award, which is named after songwriting duo George and Ira Gershwin, for his musical legacy.
It's a family affair: Sir Paul McCartney plays the proud father as he turns out to celebrate daughter Mary's book launch alongside Stella He may be one of the world's richest rockers and a Beatle to boot, but Sir Paul McCartney is just a proud dad at heart. Sir Paul beamed with pride as he posed alongside his celebrated snapper daughter and her designer sister Stella at the glitzy bash.
Cynical folks may interpret this as a sign that the estates of the four lovable lads from Liverpool perpetually thirst for every last minted dollar, and that Beatles tunes will be re-worked every five years or so until humanity collapses. That was my initial mindset, but I'm also a sizable music nerd, was raised on The Beatles and decided to invest in this anyway.
A new Paul McCartney app allows fans to relive his performance of "Live and Let Die" from his August Candlestick Park concert performance in a 360-degree virtual reality environment, McCartney and Jaunt, the company responsible for the app, announced Nov. 20. According to the company, the Jaunt virtual reality app puts viewers right in the crowd, onstage, backstage and even by Paul's side during the climactic pyrotechnics of the song. Jaunt pitched the idea for the app to McCartney before the concert, according to Jaunt VR's CTO Arthur Van Hoff.
Have you ever thought to yourself, "I really like this Paul McCartney song, but I wish I could see him playing it from multiple angles?" Jaunt, a Google-backed virtual reality startup, has released a new app that lets McCartney fanatics see a 3-D performance of "Live and Let Die" on their Android phones. The view of the concert changes as you move your head.