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Paul McCartney has announced the September 7th release of his 26th mainstream studio album, Egypt Station. Yesterday, McCartney released two songs from the set as a "Double A-Side" single -- "Come On To Me" and "I Don't Know." The album was recorded in Los Angeles, London and Sussex, and produced -- with the exception of one track -- by Greg Kurstin, who best known for his work behind the boards for Adele, Beck, and Foo Fighters.
Paul McCartney appears tonight (June 21st) on CBS' The Late Late Show with James Corden -- with Corden and "Macca" taking part in the show's signature "Carpool Karaoke." While filming in Liverpool with Corden, the former-Beatle went back to his old home in Liverpool on Forthlin Road. Although McCartney has made a point to drive by the old council estate during his frequent trips to the city, the recent visit was his first time he actually entered the legendary residence where he lived with his brother Mike, and parents Jim and Mary.
Paul Simon will return to his hometown of Queens, New York for the final concert of his farewell tour. Simon will close out his trek -- and thus, his touring career -- on Saturday, September 22nd at Flushing Meadows Corona Park, marking the venue's first major concert event in decades. Simon spoke about the show in the official announcement, stating, "It seems more like fate than coincidence that I should do the final show on this final tour at Flushing Meadows Corona Park. I could have ridden my bike from home to the park in about 20 minutes, when I was a kid. But this is less a goodbye than a farewell. Thank you all for the ride, I had a great time." Simon will be donating all personal net-proceeds from the event to a previously-selected cause, which will be announced at a later date.
Happy Birthday to Kinks co-founder and main songwriter Ray Davies who turns 74 today (June 21st)!!! Davies has announced a June 29th release date for his latest solo set, titled, Our Country: Americana Act II. Guitar World reported that the album, which is the followup to last year's Americana collection, and based on his 2013 memoirs. The new set features tracks recorded with the Jayhawks, along with "Davies revisiting tracks from his discography, from a new rendition of the Kinks' Muswell Hillbillies cut 'Oklahoma U.S.A.' to 'The Real World' from Davies' 2007 solo LP Working Man's Cafe."