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On October 24th, 1969, after months of rumors to the contrary,
Paul McCartney tells BBC radio that he is not dead,
but very much alive. To find out who started that rumor
and why, be sure to read
Gary James' interview with Fred LaBour.
Tina Turner opens up about son's suicide
James Taylor Looking To Help Victims Of Hurricane Florence
Paul McCartney to Reissue Two Wings Albums With Unreleased Songs
Neil Young to Release 1976 Live Album "Songs for Judy"
Beatles Release Acoustic Version of "While My Guitar Gently Weeps"
Steve Perry Scores Highest Solo Debut With "Traces"
Jeff Lynne Looks Back On Traveling Wilburys
Ozzy Osbourne Reschedules North American Shows
Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper" Named UK's Most Popular Album
Bob Dylan 'Blood on the Tracks' Movie Underway
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