Paul McCartney

Photo Gallery: Austin City Limits Day One ft. Paul McCartney + Khalid + Gang of Youths and more (05.10.18)

October 6, 2018

The iconic festival Austin City Limits kicked off its 2018 edition today in style today, with the help of Sir Paul McCartney, Brockhampton and Khalid. It was a busy day of live music, with plenty of great acts in action, including Fatai and Gang of Youths flying the flag for Australia. Melbourne’s Fatai, wearing all black in solidarity with the […]

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Live Review: Paul McCartney leaves a packed AAMI Park Stadium grinning from ear to ear

December 8, 2017

Wednesday marked the second and final performance of the legendary Sir Paul McCartney in Sydney, as he continues his One by One Tour around the country. By now, you’ve likely heard just how brilliant these shows have been, cramming in upwards of 40 songs in 3 hours – the vast majority of those tracks Beatles […]

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Here’s the setlist from Paul McCartney’s first show in Australia since 1993

December 2, 2017

The legend of The Beatles, Wings and countless songs and projects from the last fifty-plus years returned to Australia tonight for his first tour in almost 25 years. Paul McCartney‘s show at NIB Stadium in Perth – ahead of five dates along the east coast – brought with it a jam packed, three hour setlist […]

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9 gigs you can’t miss this December in Australia

December 1, 2017

2017 is in the homestretch as we count down the days until the new year. But don’t despair! We’ve picked plenty of gigs to keep you partying throughout the Christmas period. PAUL McCARTNEY The man who needs no introduction. He’s a two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee with 21 Grammys under his belt, […]

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Seven tracks you never knew Australia-bound Beatle Paul McCartney wrote

June 21, 2017

In breaking news 24 years in the making, the legendary Beatles and Wings musician, Paul McCartney, is finally coming back to Australia this December, making up for a cancelled 2002 tour and giving a whole generation of Australians their first chance to hear the iconic songs that have defined the last fifty years and changed […]

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Review: Not only did the Californian festival Desert Trip showcase history, but it created its own too

October 24, 2016

Some of history’s greatest bands took over the Californian desert last weekend. Classic tunes, epic productions and moonlight bliss created something special for the history books. HOW THE FESTIVAL WORKED Six acts: Bob Dylan + The Rolling Stones (Friday), Neil Young + Paul McCartney (Saturday), The Who + Roger Waters (Sunday), played over three days on […]

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Five reasons we wish we were at Desert Trip (aka “Oldchella”) this past weekend

October 11, 2016

Last weekend saw the first weekend of the highly anticipated classic rock wet-dream that is Desert Trip. You may also know it by it’s popular colloquial name – “Oldchella”. Here are the top five reasons that we are drooling at the mouth ahead of being on the ground for Weekend Two! Money talks After years […]

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Film Review: The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years (M) (USA, 2016) takes us back to Beatlemania

September 17, 2016

It’s probably impossible for any film or documentary that covers The Beatles to ever be disappointing. It’s also challenging for any to shed light on an interesting aspect of the band that may not have been covered before. Director Ron Howard opts to focus this project on a particularly hectic and whirlwind time in the […]

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First Look: check out the teaser trailer for Ron Howard’s authorised Beatles documentary

June 23, 2016

Imagine Entertainment, in collaboration with White Horse Pictures and Apple, released a teaser trailer and poster this week for Academy Award-winner Ron Howard’s highly anticipated documentary feature The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years. The authorised documentary features rare and exclusive footage, documenting the early career (1962-1966) of the famed band with […]

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Desert Trip Festival confirmed: The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan & more to appear

May 3, 2016

Recently, when there were reports of a ‘mega festival’ featuring some of rock and roll’s most beloved names (think: The Stones, Paul McCartney, The Who…) swirling, it seemed to good to be true. Well, doubters, think again: the Desert Trip Festival has been officially announced and it’s coming out of the gates blazing with some MASSIVE names. […]

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Pirates of the Caribbean returns with Sir Paul McCartney

March 29, 2016

Adding to their musical members like Keith Richards, the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise has confirmed a beetle will join the cast in the fifth (not sure if this is the last) installment, Dead Men Tell No Tales. Paul McCartney is amongst the team which has reportedly proceeded with a heavfty set-piece designed especially for his […]

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The Best Gigs of 2015: AU Editor’s Picks

January 12, 2016

Last week we published our contributors’ picks for the best gigs of 2015, bringing up memories of some diverse, amazing shows by local and international artists alike. Below we’ve got some memories from our editors from the year past, taking in shows both in Australia and abroad. Roll on 2016… Sosefina Fuamoli #1 Gig of […]

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Film Reviews: Paul McCartney: Live Kisses (US, 2012) & BBC Electric Proms: Paul McCartney (UK, 2007)

April 27, 2014

Paul McCartney: Lives Kisses and BBC Electric Proms: Paul McCartney see the former Beatle performing songs, having fun and getting nostalgic. They also show two very different sides of Macca. The former sees him taking a leaf out of his parents’ songbook and doing covers of the easy-listening tunes that featured on his Kisses On […]

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