Will the remaining Beatles reunite for the Olympics? Paul McCartney has spurred Fab Two speculation, saying London 2012 organisers "are planning [Beatles] sort of music". After nodding confirmation of his appearance at next summer's opening ceremonies, McCartney joked: "I met the guy who knows the guy who's going to ask somebody about it soon."
Keyword - live
Monday, January 23 2012
By fanclub Bipbop on Monday, January 23 2012, 16:44 - Bip Bop Fanclub messages
Thursday, October 13 2011
By fanclub Bipbop on Thursday, October 13 2011, 12:17 - Bip Bop Fanclub messages
PAUL McCARTNEY IS ‘ON THE RUN’ On The Run Tour Dates Sunday 13th November Grand Prix Circuit, Yas Arena, Yas Island Abu Dhabi, U.A.E
Saturday 26th November Unipol Arena, Bologna, Italy
Sunday 27th November Mediolanumforum, Milan, Italy
Wednesday 30th November Omnisport Arena, Bercy, Paris, France
Thursday 1st December Lanxess Arena, Cologne, Germany
Monday 5th December O2 Arena, London, England
Saturday 10th December The Globen, Stockholm, Sweden
Monday 12th December The Hartwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland
Wednesday 14th December The Olympinski Arena, Moscow, Russia
Monday 19th December The MEN Arena, Manchester, England
Tuesday 20th December The Echo Arena, Liverpool, England
PAUL McCARTNEY IS ‘ON THE RUN’
On The Run Tour Dates
Sunday 13th November Grand Prix Circuit, Yas Arena, Yas Island Abu Dhabi, U.A.E
Monday, November 9 2009
By fanclub Bipbop on Monday, November 9 2009, 15:58 - Live and Shows
Check the new website : http://www.paulmccartney.com/goodeveningnewyorkcity/ , download Let me roll it and watch the video of Highway
Tuesday, September 29 2009
By fanclub Bipbop on Tuesday, September 29 2009, 17:03 - Bip Bop Fanclub messages
Thursday, April 16 2009
By fanclub Bipbop on Thursday, April 16 2009, 05:23 - Live and Shows
Saturday, April 11 2009
By fanclub Bipbop on Saturday, April 11 2009, 05:13 - Paul McCartney Interviews
Thursday, March 19 2009
By fanclub Bipbop on Thursday, March 19 2009, 11:23 - Live and Shows
Sir Paul McCartney may have set a new world record after tickets for his one-off gig in Las Vegas sold out an astonishing seven seconds after going on sale.
Paul McCartney says he is "thrilled" at the news of his sell-out gig.
Wednesday, September 3 2008
By fanclub Bipbop on Wednesday, September 3 2008, 12:18 - Live and Shows
Saturday, February 23 2008
By fanclub Bipbop on Saturday, February 23 2008, 06:27 - Live and Shows
Sir Paul McCartney put his troubles to one side for the Brit awards and was honoured for his outstanding contribution to music.
Saturday, February 9 2008
By fanclub Bipbop on Saturday, February 9 2008, 10:03 - About the Beatles
"Oh, I believe in yesterday."
Millions of Beatles fans certainly do.
article from http://blog.mlive.com
Friday, February 8 2008
By fanclub Bipbop on Friday, February 8 2008, 21:53 - Live and Shows
The Beatles legend has teamed up with the 30-year-old guitarist on
his debut album - which is due out later this year - and the father-son
pair now plan to try out their new material live.
The Beatles legend has teamed up with the 30-year-old guitarist on his debut album - which is due out later this year - and the father-son pair now plan to try out their new material live.
Friday, December 14 2007
By fanclub Bipbop on Friday, December 14 2007, 11:20 - Live and Shows
news.com.au — SIR Paul McCartney expects to tour Australia for the first time in nearly 15 years as soon as his divorce from Heather Mills is finalised. Speaking by phone from his office in Britain, the ex-Beatle said he is waiting for life to get back to normal before he firms up his touring plans for 2008. "Next year I am starting to plan some touring
Sunday, October 28 2007
By fanclub Bipbop on Sunday, October 28 2007, 05:51 - Live and Shows
Sir Paul McCartney rolled out Beatles classics such as ‘Hey Jude’ and ‘The Long and Winding Road’ at his intimate show at the Camden Roundhouse last night.
The event was part of the BBC Electric Proms and saw Macca enjoy banter and plenty of cringe-worthy quips in front of the 3,000 strong crowd. At one moment, he bellowed: "There must be a full moon, because we're howling! How-wooooo!" Ouch.
Despite the appearance of a number of Beatles numbers (also including ‘Eleanor Rigby’, ‘I’ve Got A Feeling’, ‘Follow The Sun’ and the opening ‘Magical Mystery Tour’), the set was heavily weighted towards his lesser known solo efforts and also the odd Wings track.
Found on http://www.gigwise.com
Thursday, October 25 2007
By fanclub Bipbop on Thursday, October 25 2007, 11:18 - Live and Shows
Paul McCartney has returned to the Olympia Concert Hall in Paris for a show, forty years after he last played there with the Beatles.
While promoting the show, he also spoke about downloadable music and how it's just another way of selling music.
Music by the Beatles is, so far, unavailable for sale on popular digital music distribution services like Apple's iTunes.
'I think it's good, you know. For me, as I said before, we started off when you made vinyl records, and then they put everything on tape cassette, and then it became on CDs, and now its downloading. So, for me, it doesn't make much difference, its just another medium,' Sir Paul said.
The former Beatle also told reporters even though his latest album is called Memory Almost Full, it's not a sign of imminent retirement for him.
Thursday, July 26 2007
By fanclub Bipbop on Thursday, July 26 2007, 17:14 - About the Beatles
Hundreds of new bands pop up around the world every day with the hope of tasting a bit of the phenomenon status the Beatles achieved in their musical lifetime.
"In reality, we will probably never see a band as revolutionary as the Beatles," said Carl Carrillo, 62. "It was like the world changed when the Beatles came around. Musically and culturally, everything changed, and every time the Beatles changed, so did we."
It isn't likely that a band will emerge now that can motivate society to follow a psychedelic or Hare Krishna lifestyle as the Beatles did, but that does not stop cover bands from trying to provide current generations with a taste of those times.
Perhaps fueled by a desire to be a part of something bigger or just curiosity, cover bands and their fans have been recreating musical scenes for decades.
"I think it is great that people try to imitate music and experience what they did not get to experience in their lifetime," said Jonathan Shupert, a UF packaging sciences senior. "It might not be as good as the real thing, but it gives us a taste."