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James McCartney

From the FUV Vault: James McCartney

by Darren DeVivo


We first heard from James McCartney, the only son and youngest child of Paul and Linda McCartney, back in 1997 when he contributed guitar to his father’s song, “Heaven On A Sunday”, from Paul’s album Flaming Pie. James had an even larger role on his dad’s 2001 album Driving Rain, pitching in on two songs, “Spinning On An Axis” and “Back In The Sunshine Again”. James also played on some of the material that made its way on to his mother’s posthumously released collection, Wide Prairie from 1998.

Video Stars: Top WFUV Sessions

by Laura Fedele
Can you name them all?

If you haven't popped over to our YouTube channel in a while, there's a great collection of performances in there you're missing. Next time you're eating lunch at your desk, take a look at what amazing stuff happens on a near-daily basis here. In the court of public opinion, here are the most popular sessions from the Studio A archives:

James McCartney- Words and Music- 2011

by Darren DeVivo
After playing a supporting role in his father Paul's music, James McCartney steps out on his own with his debut EP 'Available Light.' In addition to his father, McCartney draws on influences as diverse as PJ Harvey, The Cure, Nirvana and Neil Young, whom he covers on the album. He shared that cover and more acoustic versions of the songs in Studio A with host Darren DeVivo. [2/25/11]