Tonight was the Beatles’ 50th Anniversary show. Have a look at the pics from all the performances, pics of Maroon 5, Keith Urban, Pharrell, Johnny Depp and more.
The Grammy Awards gave us a special treat tonight as Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney performed live for us all!
Surprise guest Paul McCartney stopped by SNL to spice up host Jimmy Fallon’s opening monologue. Check it out.
Johnny Depp and Kate Moss are just a couple of the dozens of celebrities appearing in Paul McCartney’s new music video “Queenie Eye.” Check it out here.
Legend Paul McCartney surprised the people of New York City with an impromptu concert in the middle of Times Square, starting at 1 p.m. today!
Hollywood Boulevard has been shut down for Paul McCartney to perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Check it out right here.
Vince Young has been in the news for his debt, but he’s set to try out for the Packers and maybe pay some bills … Unfortunately, the team cancelled their practice.
There are so many awesome acts at this year’s Bonnaroo that it’ll be tough to choose which ones to see.
Paul McCartney jammed out with Dave Grohl and the rest of what’s left of Nirvana, but they didn’t play what you’d think they would. Was it a disaster?
Madison Square Garden in New York City hosted a massive benefit concert for Hurricane Sandy relief that featured an array of rock legends.
With a special guest appearance by Michael Bublé.
Sheena is a punk rocker and this Roger Corman-produced musical comedy featuring the Ramones is a piece of punk cinema that you shouldn’t miss.
Award ceremonies are intended to celebrate the best and brightest talent, yet the shows themselves are often dull, lengthy and awkward. Although this year’s Grammy Awards clocked the highest ratings in decades (RIP Whitney), we were again reminded why we don’t really pay attention to these things. Especially this one.
The strikingly original classic captures all the fun, and unforgettable music of John, Paul, George, and Ringo at the height of Beatlemania! It’s a wildly irreverent day in the life of one of the world’s great rock ‘n’ roll bands. A treasured piece of rock history that remains influential to this day.
This Week: The Rapture return after five years of silence; Bombay Bicycle Club combine albums one and two for the third; Thundercat’s futuristic-jazz-soul (co-produced by Flying Lotus); Sir Paul McCartney re-releases a 2005 hit with Radiohead’s Nigel Godrich at the helm; TV On The Radio’s live EP, recorded one month after the loss of bassist Gerard Smith.