Miles and Jimi. Jimi and Miles. Fans of the late trumpet and guitar masters have long known that Miles Davis and Jimi Hendrix had been making plans to record together in the year before Hendrix’s sudden death in 1970. But less attention has been paid to the bass player they were trying to recruit: Paul McCartney, who was busy with another band at the time.
"Hello, Goodbye," "Ticket To Ride" and "Can't Buy Me Love" are just a few of the hits that made the Fab Four legends on both sides of the Atlantic.
Sir Paul McCartney remains Britain's wealthiest musician, according to the Sunday Times Rich List.
Thirty percent of surveyed Americans think a behind-scenes force — a "secretive power elite," as the poll authors put it — is running the world's government. And what's more, one-fifth of Republicans believe President Obama just may be the anti-Christ, the poll says.
Mark Ronson went from being the DJ at Paul McCartney's wedding to producing for the icon in the studio.
Dozens of celebrities may be running afoul of the law as they unite under the banner of one group that is seeking to prevent a method of gas drilling in New York state.
Eric Clapton, "Old Sock" (Bushbranch/Surfdog Records)
Bruce Springsteen is returning to headline the London Hard Rock Calling festival, a year after authorities pulled the plug on his duet with Paul McCartney for violating a curfew.
Stella McCartney did some spring cleaning for her fall-winter show in Paris, replacing her old wardrobe standbys with a ready-to-wear collection that was more textural and sculpted than usual.