Organizers of the Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival today announced the lineup for the sixth-annual three-day concert in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park.
Paul McCartney, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Nine Inch Nails and Phoenix are among the headliners at the festival, scheduled from Aug. 9-11. Read More
Welcome to the Ye Olde Morrissey Roundup, because the ex-Smiths singer has had quite a week.
According to The Huffington Post, the vegetarian votary called Madonna “McDonna,” then blew off a Jimmy Kimmel appearance after he learned that the cast of the hunting show “Duck Dynasty” would be on. He followed that up by asking Paul McCartney to denounce his knighthood and calling out Beyonce for carrying handbags made from animal skin. Read More
‘Girls” creator Lena Dunham has made an ad for President Barack Obama, and it’s sending shockwaves through the right. “Appalled,” “pathetic” and “disgusted” were used by various pundits to describe the spot that likens young people’s first time voting for Obama to losing one’s virginity.
In the video, called “My First Time,” Dunham says, “You want to do it with a great guy. It should be with a guy with beautiful … somebody who really cares about and understands women.” Read More
Paul McCartney — who married third wife Nancy Shevell on Sunday — is a happy man, but his neighbors are less than pleased.
The 69-year-old Beatle and his heiress wife emerged from their St. John’s Wood home Monday morning, wearing sunglasses and greeting paparazzi after local authorities responded to calls about late-night partying. Read More
There are in-demand songwriters all over the world. And then there’s Ryan Tedder. The OneRepublic frontman has penned some stunning standards with his own Denver-based outfit, to be sure, like their breakthrough ballad “Apologize,” plus “Stop And Stare” and the recent classical-inspired minuet “All The Right Moves.” But those are just the first few tentative entries in his now-overflowing composition book. Read More
It really has been a long time since the world’s favorite ex-Beatle has been in San Francisco in the summer — or his people simply didn’t prep him — because Sir Paul McCartney was surprised to be cold amid the characteristic fog at AT&T Park on Saturday. Read More
Last night, Paul McCartney was awarded the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song. The ceremony was in the East Room at the White House and the President and First Lady were in attendance and McCartney performed. But at the end of his performance, McCartney couldn’t leave well enough alone: Read More