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  • 14-year-old elephant Sunder still being abused: PETA

    14-year-old elephant Sunder still being abused: PETA

    An animal rights group says a 14-year-old elephant in India is still being abused despite a 2012 appeal by former Beatle Paul McCartney.

  • Paul McCartney's new album is called New

     Paul McCartney's new album is called New

    Former Beatle Paul McCartney has revealed that his first solo album in six years and its lead-off single are both called New.

  • Anoushka Shankar, George Harrison's widow lead tributes of Pt Ravi Shankar

    Anoushka Shankar, George Harrison's widow lead tributes of Pt Ravi Shankar

    Former Beatle George Harrison's widow Olivia joined hundreds of fans and family of Ravi Shankar on Thursday (December 20) at an open-air memorial to the Indian sitar legend near his California home.

  • When Pandit Ravi Shankar taught a Beatle on a houseboat

    When Pandit Ravi Shankar taught a Beatle on a houseboat

    The story begins in July 1966 when the Beatles first arrive in India. Already in love with Pandit Ravi Shankar's music, George Harrison heads straight to Rikki Ram's, a music shop in Delhi's Connaught Place to buy himself a sitar.

  • John Lennon's killer up for parole for the seventh time

    John Lennon's killer up for parole for the seventh time

    Mark Chapman, who was jailed in 1981 for the murder of former Beatle John Lennon, is up for parole for the seventh time and may be released, a media report said.

  • Sir Paul McCartney's Olympic performance fee was 1 pound

    Sir Paul McCartney's Olympic performance fee was 1 pound

    London Olympic organizers say former Beatle Paul McCartney, who took part in Friday's opening ceremony essentially donated his time.

  • Britain stages a spectacular welcome for the world

    Britain stages a spectacular welcome for the world

    Britain greeted the world on Friday with an extravagant celebration that included Bond, the Bard and a Beatle — and a formal welcome from no less a figure than its jubilee queen.

  • Paul McCartney campaigns to free baby elephant in India

    Paul McCartney campaigns to free baby elephant in India

    Former Beatle Paul McCartney took a break from his London Olympics performance rehearsal for Sunder, a baby elephant who has been beaten and is kept in chains here. McCartney, who first came to India in 1966, sent a letter to Maharashtra Forest Minis...

  • Paul McCartney amazed he was a Beatle

    Paul McCartney amazed he was a Beatle

    Veteran singer Paul McCartney says he still finds it hard to believe that he was a member of iconic pop group The Beatles.

  • Brad Pitt in talks to play John Lennon?

    Brad Pitt in talks to play John Lennon?

    Brad Pitt is reportedly in talks to produce and star in a biopic about the life of legendary Beatle John Lennon.

  • Former Beatle Paul McCartney sings to save 100 Club

    Former Beatle Paul McCartney sings to save 100 Club

    Former Beatle Paul McCartney played his smallest gig in more than a decade on Friday, December 17, in a bid to save a landmark London club faced with closure because of a steep rent increase.McCartney played a lunchtime show before about 300 fans at the 100 Club in central London, wooing the crowd w...

  • Susan Boyle wants to duet with Rihanna

     Susan Boyle wants to duet with Rihanna

    Scottish singing sensation Susan Boyle has added an unexpected star to her list of dream collaborators, R&B sensation Rihanna.

  • Susan Boyle wants a duet with Paul McCartney

     Susan Boyle wants a duet with Paul McCartney

    Scottish singing sensation Susan Boyle has revealed her dreams of working with Beatle legend Sir Paul McCartney.

  • When a Beatle met President Obama

    A Beatle met the president when Sir Paul McCartney performed at the East Room of the White House on Wednesday night. Accepting the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song, McCartney used the occasion to applaud President Obama. "Getting this prize would be good enough," McCartney said. "...

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