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Sir Paul McCartney and Sony 'reach deal' on The Beatles song rights - BBC News

Sir Paul McCartney and Sony have a reached a deal in a battle over who owns publishing rights to The Beatles' songs, The Hollywood Reporter says. The musician had gone to a US court, seeking to regain the rights to 267 of the band's classic tracks.and more »

Solo Sir Paul McCartney stuns rail passengers - NEWS.com.au

HE'S a music icon and an actual billionaire - but this candid snap of Beatles legend Sir Paul McCartney shows the 75-year-old musician in a new light. Natasha Rigler. The SunJuly 1, 20178:59am. Video; Image ...and more »

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

The former Beatle sued the publishers ahead of reacquiring the copyright to songs previously owned by Michael Jackson. Paul McCartney and Sony/ATV Music Publishing have resolved a dispute over The Beatles' rights. The former Beatles member sued the ...and more »

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

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. McCartney sued in January, asking the court for a declaration that he could ...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 »

Paul McCartney Settles with Sony/ATV over Beatles Catalogue - Forbes

Paul McCartney has reached a deal with Sony/ATV to avert a 2018 legal battle over parts of “The Beatles” catalogue. Sony/ATV bought the late Michael Jackson's 50% share of the catalogue, which Jackson himself had obtained after outbidding his “Say Say ...and more »

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 Settles with Sony/ATV to Reclaim Beatles' Song Copyright - Fortune

Paul McCartney has reached a confidential settlement of his lawsuit against Sony/ATV Music Publishing in which he sought to reclaim copyrights to songs by the Beatles. The accord disclosed on Thursday in filings with the U.S. District Court in ...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 »

Sir Paul McCartney: Former Beatle reveals he is always sober on stage now - Express.co.uk

Since ditching the booze the former Beatle relies on a handful of chocolate raisins and salted cashew nuts to get him into the zone before going on stage. Macca would enjoy wine and beer during his days with the Beatles and on the road with Wings in ...and more »