The star-studded official video for Paul McCartney’s “Queenie Eye” makes it premiere on Vevo. he Making of Queenie Eye takes a look at how McCartney crafted his new music at Abbey Road Studios, and includes appearances from Johnny Depp, Tom Ford, Meryl Streep and Chris Pine. In the video, McCartney is seen sharing stories from his Beatle days and how “Love Me Do”was recorded.
Paul McCartney has released the first single (and title track) from his upcoming 16th solo album, ‘New.’ Speaking about the New track, Paul said: “We can do what we want, we can live as we choose.”
Produced by Mark Ronson, ‘New’ offers fans their first glimpse of the record we’ve been hearing rumblings of throughout 2013. Earlier this summer, McCartney’s drummer, Abraham Laboriel, Jr., described the songs he’d been working on as incorporating “a lot of different styles. It’s very youthful — aggressively rock at times, and singer-songwriter, insular and intimate, at others.” Laboriel’s comments came on the heels of an interview with Ronson, who said of McCartney, “He’s done every kind of music. He invented the rule book in several different ways. I don’t know if [our music] is revolutionary, but they’re brilliant songs. I just tried to give him a sound he was looking for.”
Kelly Osbourne and Mark Ronson were among the first of the guests to arrive to Amy Winehouse’s funeral at the private ceremony at Edgewarebury Cemetery in London.
Winehouse, who will be cremated, will also have some of her ashes scattered with those of her beloved
grandmother Cynthia, who died of lung cancer five years ago.