Michael Jackson’s estate has sold his publishing stake to Sony for $750 million. This includes the music catalogues of other artists like the Beatles, Taylor Swift, and Eminem.
I wonder if Sir Paul McCartney will try to persuade Sony to revert his Beatles compositions to him any time soon.
Sir George Martin, the legendary producer who was at the helm of most of the Beatles’ biggest hits, has passed away at age 90. Aside from the Fab Four, “the fifth Beatle,” as he was known, also produced recordings for such artists as America, Celine Dion, Sir Elton John, Stevie Wonder, Sir Paul McCartney (and Wings), and Michael Jackson. Martin’s contribution to the music industry as not only a producer but also as a composer, arranger, and music executive is remarkable and will never be forgotten.
May you rest in peace, George.
Paul McCartney announces new US tour dates – http://consequenceofsound.net/2015/08/paul-mccartney-announces-new-us-tour-dates/
Paul, please come back to Greensboro or Winston-Salem someday because North Carolina loves you. Yeah, yeah, yeah!
David Gilmour Covers The Beatles Classic “Here, There and Everywhere.” – http://wp.me/p3b2Z1-FqJ
In this video, former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney tells his fans what it’s like to be back in Japan.
3D Print Paul McCartney: http://youtu.be/bwJ5xeedbsY
Download your 3D figure of Sir Paul at PaulMcCartney.com today.
So Bad is one of my favourite Paul McCartney songs because of his falsetto on the record. It was featured on his 1983 album, Pipes Of Peace, and his 1984 movie, Give My Regards To Broad Street.
Paul McCartney ~So Bad: http://youtu.be/HW9wTz476IA
Paul McCartney – So Bad [High Quality]: http://youtu.be/ycXpx46plpQ