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Paul McCartney's family are in awe of Johnny Depp

Paul McCartney's family are in awe of Johnny Depp

Nov 24 2012, 9:03am CST | by

Sir Paul McCartney has admitted his family make a huge effort and get all dolled up before Hollywood actor Johnny Depp comes around for a visit.

Sir Paul McCartney's family get nervous when Johnny Depp comes to visit. The Beatles legend says his wife Nancy and his fashion designer daughter Stella McCartney act very unnaturally when the...

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Paul McCartney's family are in awe of Johnny Depp

Nov 24 2012, 9:03am CST | by

Sir Paul McCartney has admitted his family make a huge effort and get all dolled up before Hollywood actor Johnny Depp comes around for a visit.

Sir Paul McCartney's family get nervous when Johnny Depp comes to visit.
The Beatles legend says his wife Nancy and his fashion designer daughter Stella McCartney act very unnaturally when the handsome 'Edward Scissorhands' actor stops by his house, and even he feels the need to smarten up for his ''special guest''.
Paul told The Sun newspaper: ''John - if I can just drop a name there - comes visiting quite a lot. It's cool. I had my daughter and her husband and the kids staying there recently, and my little one Beatrice.
''I said to them all, 'By the way, Johnny Depp is coming round'. They all perked up - 'Oh yeah?' I said, 'Yeah, he's coming round tomorrow'. That morning I come into breakfast and the first guy coming in is Mary's husband, and I say, 'You look very smart today'.
''Then Nancy comes in, she's all smartened up - make-up, you know. Normally, everyone bowls in bleary-eyed. Then suddenly they are all laughing at me because I'm in a waistcoat and I've done it too - subconsciously made a real effort. Everyone, Beatrice, all smartly dressed for our special guest.''
The 70-year-old singer also revealed Johnny - who recently appeared in Paul's music video for 'My Valentine' - is a talented musician and when the Hollywood star comes around the pair like to chat about music and jam on their guitars together.
He added: ''Johnny comes in like he's an old cowboy. He just hung out, it was really nice. He brought me this funky little guitar as a gift. He's a really decent player. Before he was an actor, when he was about 17, he was in a group.''

 
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Culture Club to release first studio LP in 15 years via Kobalt Label Services

Nov 3 2014 10:45am CST | Source: Music Week

Shortly after reuniting for their first live show in over 12 years, at Heaven in London, the reformed Culture Club are to release their first new studio album in 15 years. Titled 'Tribes', the album was recorded with producer Youth (Paul McCartney, The Verve, Embrace) and is due for release in the first quarter of 2015 on Culture Club’s own label Different Man Music through Kobalt Label Services. The ...
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Postcard from Hollywood: Deli owner says minimum wage hike could put him out of business

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Greenblatt's owner Jeff Kavin is opposed to the proposed minimum wage increase in Los Angeles. “It threatens to derail us,” he said.; Credit: Benjamin Brayfield/KPCC This is one of two personal stories on the potential effects of increasing the minimum wage. To hear the perspective from a worker making minimum wage click here. Greenblatt’s Deli-Restaurant and Fine Wine Shop has been serving up pastrami on rye on Sunset Boulevard in Ho ...
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Interview: Joe Perry on Marriage, His New Memoir and the Future of Aerosmith

Oct 21 2014 4:56pm CDT | Source: Fresh 102.7

Aerosmith‘s Joe Perry is a soft-spoken guy who possesses an undeniably cool and somewhat mysterious vibe. The other side of that coin is that it might be hard to get a word in edgewise when you’re in a band, and songwriting partnership, with Steven Tyler. In Perry’s newly released memoirs, Rocks: My Life in and Out of Aerosmith, co-written with David Ritz, Perry talks about all of the ups and downs of the band, and unsurprisingly, there’s a ...
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