If You Love The Beatles... You Need To Watch This!
Naturally, I was thrilled to come across this amazing video clip of Paul McCartney Carpool Karaoke.
This is Why Paul Cézanne is Named the Father of Modern Art
The Overture to Tannhauser: The Artist's Mother and Sister, 1868 (By Paul Cézanne, Wikimedia Commons ) 2. The Black Marble Clock, 1869-1871 (By Paul Cézanne, Wikimedia Commons ) 3. The Railway Cutting, 1870 (By Paul Cézanne, Wikimedia Commons ) 4.
With Paul Simon, Every Song is a Relaxing Gem...
Paul Simon (born October 13, 1941) is arguably America's greatest pop singer-song writer. His first major success came as part of the celebrated duo Simon and Garfunkel , but in 1970 he began to work solo, releasing dozens of hit records.
Paul Allen's Collection of WWII Planes Is Staggering!
Billionaire businessman Paul Allen's obsession with vintage aircraft dates all the way back to his childhood. He was always fascinated by their complexity and different designs.
Jean-Paul Sartre Left the World Many a Nugget of Wisdom...
Jean-Paul Sartre was a French philosopher who was born in the early 20th Century.
QUIZ: Are You Paul, John, George or Ringo?
Content Personality Test: Which Beatles Member Are You Like? quiz Which of these 4 personalities are YOU most like? Take our test...
This Has Got to Be One of the Best Musical Threesomes Ever
Here, these three young classically trained artists combine forces to create a unique classical edition of Paul McCartney's " Live and Let Die. " A Fantastic Musical Threesome performance, video, music, piano, baba recommends, classical music, cello, 2cellos What a classical team 2Cellos and Lang Lang
From the Photo Albums of Very Famous People...
Paul McCartney, age 8, with his father, 1950. 4 year old Barack Obama rides a tricycle, 1965. Paul Newman joins the navy, age 18, 1943. Fidel Castro, playing high school basketball at 17, 1943. Cher, then known as Cherilyn Sarkisian, aged 13, 1959.
Discover the Most Successful Hoaxes In History!
Paul McCartney dies A strange rumor began circulating in September 1969, when Paul McCartney had been out of the spotlight for some months, that the singer had died and been replaced with a look-alike. A Drake University reporter speculated that McCartney had died based on clues.
15 Photos of Superstars Side by Side Their Younger Selves
Paul McCartney 10. Clint Eastwood 11. Sylvester Stallone 12. George Clooney 13. Richard Gere 14. Julia Roberts 15.
The Unlikely Chance Encounters That Shaped the World
Paul McCartney and John Lennon Image Source: John Beagle / Flickr On July 6, 1957, in the midst of a heavy heatwave then gripping Northern England (and all of Europe), 15-year-old Paul McCartney decided to attend the annual Woolton Parish Church Garden Fete.
Rare Photos From Decades Gone By Show What Life Was Like
Ad for first drive-in theater in Los Angeles Marlon Brando becomes Don Vito Corleone 1969: Hitchhikers to Woodstock A glamorous Barbara Streisand in 1966 1903: New York City's Flatiron building, surrounded by snow England 1930: a Gypsies' beach camp near Epsom [related_articles] Michael Jackson and Paul
Everyone Loves Pets, Including These Famous People.
Salvador Dali With His Ocelot Babou Kurt Cobain And His Kitten Quisp Alfred Hitchcock With His Sealyham Terrier Sarah Freddie Mercury With One Of His Many Cats Paul McCartney And His English Sheepdog Martha Elvis Presley And His Hound Dog Jack Kerouack And Tyke Franklin Roosevelt And His Black Terrier
26 Vintage Celebrity Photos Filled with Undeniable Charm
Pictured, Paul McCartney and daughter Stella while watching a performance of the Ringling Bros. Barnum & Bailey Circus at Madison Square Garden, 1974. Audrey Hepburn alongside her fawn called Ip, short for Pippin. Who knew Katharine Hepburn enjoyed skateboarding?
Celebrities of the Past In the Most Fascinating Photos
Star Wars cast seen just before filming Barack Obama on his high school basketball team Bill Gates' mug shot for driving without a license 1977 Muhammad Ali talking someone out of jumping off a building, 1981 Jimi Hendrix and Mick Jagger - 1969 Madonna, Sting and Tupac hanging out in the mid-1990s Paul
Don’t Believe in Coincidence? History Would Beg to Differ!
When Beatles frontman Paul McCartney wrote the song, he said the song was named after the band’s co-star in the film Help!, named Eleanor Bron, and a well-known shop in Bristol called Rigby & Evens Ltd. Seems normal enough but lets jump back in time 9 years to a party in Woolton.
Can You Correctly Answer All of These Trick Questions?
McDonalds distributes around 1.4 billion toys per year McDonalds Toys R Us What's Paul McCartney's middle name? His real first name is James. Paul is his middle name. John George Ringo Paul James Matthew In which country are Bugatti cars made?
We Need More Beautiful Fairy Flowers in the World...
A tragic tale by Paul McCartney of the Beatles, is that he whispered these last words to his wife Linda, before she died. " You’re up on your beautiful Appaloosa stallion. It’s a fine spring day, we’re riding through the woods.
7 Famous Songs and Their Lesser Known Backstories
The Beatles - Let It Be (1970) This unforgettable Beatles classic was inspired by a dream Paul McCartney had about his mother. McCartney was struggling with personal issues at the time and delved deeper into abusing drugs and alcohol.
If You Love Dogs, You'll Love Learning This About Them..
Paul McCartney loved his English Sheep Dog so much that he added a high-pitched whistle that is inaudible to humans in one of his songs, so that his dog could enjoy it too. The song is "A Day in the Life". [related_articles] 4.
The Bee Gees! 15 Disco Tracks You Should Be Dancing To
New York Mining Disaster 1941 (1967) Click to watch New York Mining Disaster 1941 was the band's first proper single and a favorite of Paul McCartney's. If I Can't Have You (1977) Click to watch If I Can't Have You?
Black and White Photos You Say? Take a Closer Look...
When I came across the wonderful drawings of Paul Lung I was tricked into thinking that these images were black and white photographs. It is hard to believe that they were all drawn using a single pencil!
These Stunning Pictures, Believe It Or Not, Are Hand Drawn
Paul Cadden , a very talented artist from Scotland, has taken hyper-realistic art to a completely new level. It's hard to believe that the following images are not photographs – they are in fact pictures which have been drawn by Paul using just a pencil.
Making New Friends In Antarctica - Amazing Tale!
Paul Nicklen, describes his most amazing experience as a National Geographic photographer (our dream job) - coming face-to-face with one of Antarctica's most vicious predator and befriending it. Now Paul may be an amazing photographer, but apparently he's not much of a Leopard Seal.