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If it hadn’t been for Johnny Depp, Paul McCartney might never have won a Grammy for Best Rock Song with the surviving members of Nirvana. That’s precisely what happened last week at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards, when the former Beatle ended up onstage with Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear to accept the hardware for their collaboration, “Cut Me Some Slack.”
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"The Beatles are the foundation of everything we do," Dave Grohl said out on the red carpet, and the show emphasized that point: With the 50th anniversary of their "Ed Sullivan Show" debut around the corner, the Grammys (and CBS) got the buzz rolling with a flurry of Fab Four nods. Paul McCartney, with Ringo Starr on drums with McCartney's touring band, served up a fun rendition of his new...
Potentially thrilling Beatles fans everywhere, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr will perform together at this year’s Grammys. While the reunion is a bit surprising, it’s not entirely out of left field: Starr is set to receive this year’s Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award, while McCartney is also up for a few awards—including Best Rock Song for “Cut Me Some Slack,” the track he recorded...