“Love My Baby” from the McCartney Archives Collection, premiering exclusively on BuzzFeed.
It took the Fab Four a few goes to get this one right.
This quiz is not for teenyboppers. This is advanced-level Beatles trivia.
The former Beatle says he has contracted a virus, forcing him to cancel the tour. McCartney is “so upset about this situation.”
Beyond The Beatles and Led Zeppelin, how deep is your love? Check off the ’60s, ’70s, and 80’s classic albums that you’ve heard to find out just how
much of a rock snob you really are.
You’ll never hear these songs the same again.
Sir Paul is every one of us watching the Super Bowl.
They weren’t just the greatest band of all time, they were also the greatest band ever when it came to saucy comebacks.
How does one go about covering the music of possibly the most iconic, recognizable rock band of all time? These 12 cover versions of some of their best work may be a good start.
Plus 14 facts you didn’t know about Die Hard, 12 chic winter leggings, and a history of how American conservatives unsuccessfully tried to ruin Nelson Mandela.
Plus 8 horrifying texts from online dates, Sony patents the “smart wig,” and five superhero movies that need to be made ASAP.
Forest Hills Stadium, a New York City landmark where the likes of Bob Dylan and The Beatles once performed, was silent for over a decade until Mumford & Sons performed there Wednesday night.
Creepy and amazing. Courtesy of the Live! (I See Dead People) Tumblr.
Of course The-Dream’s demo is better than Beyoncé’s version. And other blasphemies.
The Webcam at Abbey Road Studios captured this tribute.
Don’t tell me you still believe the Monkees couldn’t play their own instruments. Show producers had them do that for one season, before the boys had any creative control. Sure they were manufactured, but it’s what they did with it that makes them respectable, underrated, talented musicians. If you don’t know the Monkees, give them a chance.
Blasphemy? Yes, but also all sorts of amazing.
When you are a Beatle, life is AWESOME.
Catch a glimpse of the Fab Four laying down “I’ve Got A Feeling” in 1969.
Yup, it’s true – The Beatles, Bob Dylan, and “Be My Baby” have been around for half a century.
At least for tonight, anyway. Foo Fighters singer Dave Grohl and bassist Krist Novoselic are teaming up with McCartney at tonight’s 12.12.12 Concert in Manhattan for Hurricane Sandy Relief.
For 42 years, the Fab Four have held the record for most Number One hits on the Billboard Hot 100. But could Rihanna break it?
Classic Rock ‘N’ Roll used to rule the strip. And record company’s used to spend a lot of money on spectacular billboards.
Betty White, Jennifer Aniston, and other famous faces belted out the classic tune to promote cancer research.
Which British band has the craziest fans of all time? You decide.
I know what you’re thinking, but seriously, just give this a shot.
Well this is certainly awkward.
Can this be a thing? Please?