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Paul McCartney has posted online a brief documentary about his relationship with his late Beatles band mate John Lennon, apparently to coincide with the 75th anniversary of Lennon's birth. The four-minute video focuses specifically on "Here Today," the homage McCartney wrote for Lennon after his death. It appears on Sir Paul's recently reissued 1982 solo album, Tug of War.
Neil Young will release a new live album called Bluenote Café on November 13 as the latest installment of his archival Performance Series. The 22-song collection features performances from various concerts Young played in 1987 and 1988 in support of his Chicago blues-influenced 1988 album, This Note's for You.
Frank Zappa's widow, Gail Zappa, died peacefully Wednesday at her home in Los Angeles at the age of 70.
John Fogerty's autobiography, Fortunate Son: My Life, My Music, was published this week, and in it, the ex-Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman tells the story of his famous band, the harrowing years he spent following its breakup, and his eventual reemergence as an acclaimed solo artist and a blissfully happy family man.
Squeeze has announced plans to release its first album of new original music since 1998's Domino. Due out on November 13, Cradle to the Grave features 12 songs penned by the band's founding frontmen and songwriting duo Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Justin Bieber's not happy about nude photos of him that have been turning up on various media outlets, and he's decided to take action.
(NEW YORK) -- Jack Black has built a career on making people laugh, but in the latest edition of Parade magazine, he reveals that his childhood was anything but happy.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick may have broken up, but apparently he's still a fan of his ex.
Ant-Man is getting bigger.
(NEW YORK) -- New York Comic Con blasted off at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in the Big Apple on Thursday, and for the next three days, fanboys and fangirls of every stripe will be up to their rubber Spock ears in games, gear, and gobs of news about their favorite movies and TV shows.