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Ringo Starr appears on "Tavis Smilye" Tuesday 1/5 and
Wednesday 1/6 on PBS.
Paul McCartney appears on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon"
Monday 10/7 on NBC.
Paul appears on this! TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1
“IHEART RADIO MUSIC FESTIVAL, NIGHT 2” — (8:00-10:00 p.m. ET)
A LAS VEGAS CONCERT EVENT FEATURING TOP MUSICAL ACTS AND CW STARS - This concert
extravaganza, filmed over two nights at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas,
features performances by some of the music industry’s biggest names, including
Justin Timberlake, Paul McCartney, Maroon 5, Bruno Mars, Tim McGraw, Thirty
Seconds to Mars, Phoenix, Ke$ha, Drake and Miguel, among others. Cast members
from The CW’s series will be on hand to help get the party started.
Paul McCartney appears on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Monday 9/23
Paul McCartney's son, James, will appear on "Late Show with
David Letterman" Monday 1/30 on CBS.
Ringo Starr appears on "Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" 1/31 on CBS and on
"Conan", Wednesday 2/1 on TBS.
On October 5th & 6th HBO and Martin Scorsese present GEORGE HARRISON: LIVING
IN THE MATERIAL WORLD. The film focuses the imaginative and inspired eye of one
of cinema’s most preeminent filmmakers on one of the world’s most influential
men. The film takes viewers on the musical and spiritual voyage that was George
Harrison’s life, much of it told in his own words. The result is deeply moving
and touches each viewer in unique and individual ways.
Academy Award-winning director Martin Scorsese traces Harrison’s life from his
musical beginnings in Liverpool through his life as a musician, a seeker, a
philanthropist and a filmmaker, weaving together interviews with Harrison and
his closest friends, performances, home movies and photographs. Much of the
material in the film has never been seen or heard before. The result is a rare
glimpse into the mind and soul of one of the most talented artists of his
generation and a profoundly intimate and affecting work of cinema.
HBO DOCUMENTARY FILMS SECURES NORTH AMERICAN TV RIGHTS TO MARTIN SCORSESE’S
DOCUMENTARY GEORGE HARRISON: LIVING IN THE MATERIAL WORLD FROM GROVE STREET,
SPITFIRE PICTURES AND SIKELIA
Film Surveys The Life And Times Of The Iconic Musician
NEW YORK, July 13, 2011 – HBO has acquired the North American TV rights to
Martin Scorsese’s GEORGE HARRISON: LIVING IN THE MATERIAL WORLD from Grove
Street Pictures. The film was produced by Scorsese (through his Sikelia
Productions banner), Olivia Harrison (through her Grove Street Pictures banner)
and Nigel Sinclair (through Exclusive’s documentary label, Spitfire Pictures).
Margaret Bodde served as executive producer on the film, which was edited by
David Tedeschi, who previously worked with Scorsese, Bodde and Sinclair on “No
Direction Home: Bob Dylan,” and with Scorsese and Bodde on “Public Speaking.”
Tedeschi also edited Scorsese’s Rolling Stones concert film “Shine a Light.” The
documentary will debut in two parts – on Oct. 5 and 6, 2011 – exclusively on
Paul McCartney, Yoko Ono, Olivia Harrison, George & Giles
Martin, Dominic Champagne appear on "The Gayle King Show" Thursday, 6/16/11 on
of the movie "Lennon Naked"
Paul McCartney appears on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon"
wednesday 12/29 in a rerun from 12/9, on NBC.
LATE NIGHT WITH JIMMY FALLON
Paul McCartney, Part 1 (12/9/10)
Jimmy and Paul talk about some of Paul's recent achievements and his show
at the White House.
Paul McCartney, Part 2 (12/9/10)
Paul tells Jimmy about being robbed at knifepoint in Nigeria.
Paul McCartney: Here Today (12/9/10)
In honor of his friend John Lennon, Paul performs his song "Here Today."
We have an extremely exciting clip for you from Late Night w Jimmy Fallon
tonight, featuring a duet with none other than the legendary, Paul
McCartney! During tonight's show, Paul and Jimmy sing a parody of
"Yesterday" with the lyrics' original place holder, "scrambled eggs".
[Side note: For those of you that do not know there is a
very funny back story between the song "Yesterday" and the term "scrambled
eggs". We've included the little story from Wikipedia for you below] It's
a really great moment and we have it as an early preview!
Excerpt from "Yesterday" on Wikipedia:
Upon being convinced that he had not robbed anyone of his melody,
McCartney began writing lyrics to suit it. As Lennon and McCartney were
known to do at the time, a substitute working lyric, entitled "Scrambled
Eggs" (the working opening verse was "Scrambled Eggs/Oh, my baby how I
love your legs"), was used for the song until something more suitable was
written. In his biography, Paul McCartney: Many Years from Now, McCartney
recalled: "So first of all I checked this melody out, and people said to
me, 'No, it's lovely, and I'm sure it's all yours.' It took me a little
while to allow myself to claim it, but then like a prospector I finally
staked my claim; stuck a little sign on it and said, 'Okay, it's mine!' It
had no words. I used to call it 'Scrambled Eggs'."
LATE NIGHT w. JIMMY FALLON:
Paul McCartney & Jimmy Fallon sing "Scrambled Eggs": Preview clip of Jimmy
and Paul McCartney singing a parody of "Yesterday" with the lyrics'
original place holder, scrambled eggs.
me love: Yoko tells how Paul saved her marriage to
Here is a new project from The Weinstein Company. and here are some things to
get you excited about the film "Nowhere Boy". I have the official trailer
for the film, which tells the extraordinary untold story of John Lennon's
childhood (all in time for what would have been his 70th birthday) and a
great clip of Yoko Ono from the premiere. In addition, I've included some
complimentary fan-tribute videos of some of Lennon's most memorable songs
which are really amazing.
"In His Life - Tribute