I have to say that I can’t believe that #askNat is already one year old! I have to admit I wasn’t too sure about the idea when I started it up back in May 2012. Despite how many various questions about “all-things-Beatle” I was getting beforehand, I just wasn’t sure if I’d get enough to […]
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This week on #askNat I’m responding to an inquiry from Stacey in Pittsburgh, PA who writes: I have heard Paul McCartney talk about how during the Beatles recording of “Let It Be,” there was a high note that they could not reach, so Linda McCartney was asked if she would try it. He eludes that […]
Hope everyone celebrating the U.S. holiday has had a happy 4th of July and welcome now to July’s first #askNat entry. Email subscriber Rick Kelly in California writes: Hi Nat, hope all is well. I had a question regarding two albums – The Beatles and Frank Ifield On Stage & The Beatles Vs. The Four […]
This week BROW looks back at the early days of Paul McCartney & Wings. Paul chose to limit his band’s live performances to his home continent during these years and play smaller venues such as universities and town halls, allowing time to “build up” Wings and make a name for themselves by getting at least […]
Although it’s subject to change at this point, I wanted to give readers and fans a “heads up” on the latest concerning Paul McCartney’s Archive Collection. The next album to get this deluxe treatment will be Ram. As most of you know Ram was the 1971 follow up to McCartney, Paul’s first solo album. The […]
After the highly successful Wings Over America tour in 1976, Paul McCartney planned a follow up tour of the United States for 1977, but this was not to be. Linda McCartney soon discovered that she was pregnant with their third child (James). Although they abandoned tour plans, Linda’s condition did not prevent getting in a […]