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‘The Bruce McMouse Show’ Playing In Select Cinemas Around The World

Jan 21, 2019 • Posted in A day in the life

From, January 10, 2019: Today Paul announced in partnership with Abramorama and MPL/Capitol/UMe to premiere The Bruce McMouse Show in select cinemas around the world on Monday 21st January. The Bruce McMouse Show is a previously never-before seen film that tells the story of how Paul and Wings came to meet the inimitable impresario Bruce McMouse. Part concert

The new “People” section

Nov 19, 2018 • Posted in About this site

The “People” section (previously entitled “Artists”) has always been & therefore felt unfinished. At last, I’ve spent some time working on it and make it – I believe – more useful to all our visitors. Quick review of what has changed below… First, the aim of the “People” section is to reference all people who

Some news

Oct 06, 2018 • Posted in About this site

This is my first blog post since… September 2016. One might think that this project is stalled or dead. It couldn’t be further away from the truth, as the recent entries for Egypt Station and Freshen Up tour would show.  I guess I’m simply lazy to post updates !! So don’t worry,  and follow the

Paul McCartney made Companion Of Honour

May 04, 2018 • Posted in A day in the life

From NME, May 4, 2018: Paul McCartney has been made a Companion Of Honour for his contribution to music. The Beatles star received the honour 21 years after he was knighted by the Queen. Until earlier this year, he was the only member of the influential band to be given a knighthood. Drummer Ringo Starr

Paul McCartney joins March for Our Lives Rally in New York

Mar 24, 2018 • Posted in A day in the life

From RollingStone, March 24, 2018: Paul McCartney attended a March for Our Lives sister protest in New York, one of the dozens of rallies taking place throughout the United States Saturday. In a brief interview with CNN at the rally, the Beatles legend said, “One of my best friends was killed in gun violence right

September 2016 updates (new features)

Oct 02, 2016 • Posted in About this site

A busy month – with some new features that I hope you will appreciate: A whole new section has been added – Interviews! It doesn’t contain a lot of content yet – I’m still thinking how to improve the display of those interviews, before adding more content. At last, there is a contact form on this site –

September 2016 updates (new content)

Oct 01, 2016 • Posted in About this site

While the focus since the beginning of the year was on the Beatles songs, I have switched to pure McCartney stuff in the past weeks. Year 1987, some live albums, “Run Devil Run“… Don’t ask me the logic, as I sometimes go very random when it comes to organize the work on this project 🙂 Year

Summer 2016 updates

Aug 29, 2016 • Posted in About this site

I have been lazy writing updates on the blog since June, but have done some material changes during the summer: More coverage of the One One One Tour – with very limited changes to the setlist from one concert to another, and the difficulty to find details regarding soundchecks, let’s face it – it has

May 2016 updates

Jun 01, 2016 • Posted in About this site

Obviously the highlight of this month is still the on-going One On One tour, with coverage added for the following concerts: May 2nd – Sioux Falls – Does someone know the setlist of the soundcheck ? May 4th in Minneapolis – with hommage to Prince with Let’s Go Crazy added to the encore. May 5th

The Paris concert, short review

May 31, 2016 • Posted in About this site

Here is a short review (and some photos) of the Paris concert I had the privilege to join (soundcheck included!). On the plus side: Almost 74 years old, and still able to manage a 50mn soundcheck + 2h40 concert … without drinking water 🙂 Over the years, hard-core fans tend to argue about the setlist which doesn’t