The Number Ones: Paul & Linda McCartney’s “Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey”

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Paul-And-Linda-McCartney-Uncle-Albert-Admiral-HalseyIn The Number Ones, I’m reviewing every single #1 single in the history of the Billboard Hot 100, starting with the chart’s beginning, in 1958, and working my way up into the present. More »

Paul McCartney – “Get Enough”

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Paul McCartney - "Get Enough"Paul McCartney recently released a new album called Egypt Station, his first in five years. Perhaps you saw the Carpool Karaoke? Or the anti-bullying video with Emma Stone? Despite pretending to be modern pop music, it was basically your standard late-career Paul McCartney album, with all the delights and … More »

9 Music Trends That Need To Die In 2019

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In the age of social media fads develop before we’ve even had the chance to deliberate, as they’re tweeted and retweeted ad infinitum. Culture is reduced to meme format, giving way to some pretty detestable content. The following list rounds up recent music trends that will hopefully be dead by New Year’s Day. More »

Paul McCartney – “Who Cares” Video (Feat. Emma Stone)

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Back in October, Paul McCartney tried to start a viral dance challenge to his single “Come On To Me,” off of this year’s Egypt Station. It didn’t exactly pan out, but now McCartney is back with a new video for “Who Cares.” This one was directed by Brantley Gutierrez and Ryan Heffington and … More »

Slow Dancer – “Wonderful Christmastime” (Paul McCartney Cover)

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Slow DancerA lot of people seem to hate “Wonderful Christmastime,” but I don’t understand that at all. If you have any room in your heart for festive quirkiness, Paul McCartney’s ’80s-predicting holiday classic would seem to be an ideal soundtrack for the season, what with its squelching synths and wide open space and a signature hook … More »

Every Song On The Beatles’ “White Album” Ranked Worst To Best

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The Beatles“The White Album” was a neat little concept. Actually, it was a sprawling mess that defies concept, but still: clever idea to roll this one out when they did. More »

Paul McCartney – “Come On To Me” Video

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Well, look at that: It’s 2018 and Paul McCartney is trying to start up his very own viral dance challenge. Over the last week, the former Beatle has shared slick videos of three different people dancing to his Egypt Station track “Come On To Me,” and today all three of them have been … More »

Paul McCartney Reveals The Only Song John Lennon Ever Complimented Him On

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Paul McCartney & John LennonPaul McCartney is busy on the press tour for his recently released new album Egypt Station, which means that we just got an extensive GQ profile in which the Knight Bachelor Of The Most Excellent Order Of The British Empire talked about jerking off in a dark room with John Lennon … More »

Lauren Daigle Is The Christian Adele

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Lauren DaigleEvery few years, a major national publication will publish an overview of the Christian music industry. This week, Kelefa Sanneh has a good one in The New Yorker. Sanneh’s history of Christian rock and pop begins way back in the 1950s, with Martin Luther King, Jr.’s advice-column exhortation that gospel and the devil’s … More »

Paul McCartney, Katy Perry, Dozens More Threaten SiriusXM Boycott Over Music Modernization Act

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Paul McCartneyAn all-star lineup of musicians, songwriters, and executives have penned a letter to SiriusXM Radio parent company Liberty Media threatening to boycott the company over its opposition to a copyright law with wide support in the music industry. Paul McCartney, Don Henley, Stevie Nicks, Katy Perry, Charlie Puth, Tom Waits, Carole King, Carly Simon, Pink, … More »