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Paul McCartney says he doesn't drink booze before gigs anymore - because he says he would forget his own lyrics - Mirror.co.uk

He used to go on a Magical Mystery Tour before a show – but these days Paul McCartney says Let It Be to the booze because he started to forget his song words on stage. The star's backstage rider now consists of a bag of chocolate raisins and some ...and more »

Paul McCartney Reaches Settlement With Sony/ATV in Beatles Rights Dispute - Hollywood Reporter

The fight that was poised to be a landmark music battle has ended in a draw. Sir Paul McCartney and Sony/ATV have reached a deal in their duel over The Beatles song rights, settling a case that had the potential to rock the music industry to its core ...and more »

Paul McCartney and Sony resolve Beatles rights dispute - NME.com

Paul McCartney and Sony/ATV Music Publishing have resolved a dispute over The Beatles' rights. The former Beatles member sued the publishers earlier this year, claiming copyright ownership of multiples of the band's songs. The musician claimed that he ...and more »

Paul McCartney and Sony Settle Beatles Rights Dispute - Pitchfork

Earlier this year, Paul McCartney sued Sony/ATV Music Publishing, claiming copyright ownership of multiple Beatles songs. McCartney claimed that he is set to reacquire the songs in 2018, but that Sony had not confirmed that it would transfer the song ...and more »

McCartney, Sony Settle Copyright Suit Over Beatles Songs - Law360

Law360, New York (June 29, 2017, 10:07 PM EDT) -- Paul McCartney has reached a settlement to resolve his lawsuit against publisher Sony/ATV over the rights to hundreds of Beatles songs, according to a court filing Thursday. The deal will end a ...and more »

Paul McCartney, Sony settle Beatles song rights dispute - Globalnews.ca

After going to court to regain the rights to 267 of The Beatles' songs, Paul McCartney has finally reached a settlement with Sony Music. McCartney, now 75, was a guitarist and singer in the legendary rock band and is one of two surviving members (the ...and more »

Sir Paul McCartney: 'I can't believe I was one of The Beatles' - dailytelegraph.com.au

“I do sometimes think, 'Wait a minute! I was one of The Beatles! Can you believe that?'” Sir Paul McCartney tells Stellar with a laugh. “I was one half of the Lennon/McCartney songwriting team! “Occasionally these things occur to me. Normally it's just ...and more »

McCartney and Sony: We can work it out - New York Post

Paul McCartney and music publisher Sony/ATV have proved that life is very short, and there's no time for fussing and fighting. The two have settled a lawsuit the legendary singer filed earlier this year to gain control over 260 songs he penned with ...and more »

Paul McCartney and Sony Settle Beatles Copyright Suit - Ultimate Classic Rock

Paul McCartney and Sony have settled the lawsuit he filed back in January to reclaim the copyright to some of his earliest songs with the Beatles. According to The Hollywood Reporter, McCartney and Sony/ATV Music Publishing have settled out of court ...and more »

Multimillionaire Paul McCartney spotted on public transport by himself (but still goes First Class, of course) - Mirror.co.uk

A picture of Paul McCartney riding the train alone has sparked a brilliant online debate over who has the best celeb spotting story. A fan who was amazed to see the Beatles star travelling on his own, sneakily took a snap before sharing it on Twitter ...and more »