Enjoy some new music from the man, the legend, the Sir, Paul McCartney. Oh, and maybe watch a little TV, if you feel like keeping up with politics.
Inside the Fab Four's messy break-up.
And the horrible sound of tomato
On tonight's episode of the Music Club, Paul McCartney teaches us to appreciate... something.
The Beatles' biggest U.S. single — nine weeks at Number One on the charts.
In Paul McCartney's Pipes of Peace video, events that happened in France during WWI are recreated. Pipes of Peace (Also the name of the album) is the fifth solo studio album by Paul McCartney, released in 1983. The album is also the only one
Have a little Revolution to end your weekend, from the Beatles.
It doesn't get any better than The Beatles, does it? "Let it Be."
February 14, 1994 - The Sarajevo ceasefire holding. Fighting breaks out in Bosnia. U.S.-Japan Trade war looming. Pres. Clinton meets with Kazakhstan President Nazarbayev over nuclear proliferation. U.S. speed skater Dan Jansen fails to win medal. Extreme security at Lillehamer for Winter Olympics. Paul McCartney calls British tabloid Beatles reunion rumors "rubbish".
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