Paul McCartney wraps up his 2014 touring schedule this week with three shows in Brazil. The "Out There" campaign was filled with excitement and drama this year, with the unintended result that it only visited the Americas. Scheduled
concerts in Japan were canceled in June when Paul contracted a virus and stayed off the road on doctors' orders until early July. This month he has released a number of exclusive downloads related to the reissues of "Venus and
Mars" and "Wings At the Speed Of Sound."
Ringo Starr has announced a series of concert dates for 2015. Picking up in the deep south where the 2014 campaign ended last month, the tour starts at Bossier City, LA February 13, zig-zags across the border for concerts in
Brazil, Chile, Dominican Republic and Mexico before heading west and wrapping up March 15 as he did in 2013, at the Palms Hotel-Casino in Las Vegas. The dates were announced by Ringo's management, and some have not yet been
"Breakfast With The Beatles" has added its 70th worldwide affiliate station, which happened to be WMAK "True Oldies 16" in Linden, Tennessee. Host Dennis Mitchell became the show's host in Las Vegas in 1991 and
has produced more than 1,200 consecutive weekly tributes on literally hundreds of topics without ever running a repeat. The show became syndicated in 2002 and now has worldwide reach, with affiliate stations in France, Germany,
Australia, New Zealand and North America.