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Who is Paul McCartney?

Sir James Paul McCartney CH MBE is an English singer, songwriter, musician, and record and film producer who gained worldwide fame as co-lead vocalist, co-songwriter and bassist for the Beatles.


  •  singer; Song composer; musician; reco …

Paul McCartney Age?

  • He is Born: June 18, 1942 (age 79),
  • Walton, Liverpool, UK

Paul McCartney Fmaily

  • Spouse
  • Nancy Shevell (d. 2011), Heather Mills (d. 2002-2008), Linda McCartney (d. 1969-1998)
  • Children
  • Stella McCartney, Beatrice McCartney, James McCartney, Mary McCartney, Heather

McCartney Music groups:

  • The Beatles (1960-1970), MORE

Paul Mccartney Net worth

As of 2020, he was one of the richest musicians in the world, with an estimated fortune of 800 million pounds.

Paul McCartney Release Albums?

English musician Paul McCartney’s discography consists of 26 studio albums, four compilation albums, nine live albums, 37 video albums, two extended plays, 111 singles, seven classic albums, five electronics albums, 17 boxes, and 79 music videos.

Paul McCartney Release Best Selling Album?

In 2018, McCartney’s album Egypt Station reached number 1 on the Billboard 200, marking his first number one album in the US since 1982. McCartney III, his next album, topped the album sales chart and got to number to 04-August-2021

McCartney told BBC Radio 4’s

Paul McCartney has said that he would have taught English had he not found fame with The Beatles.

McCartney told BBC Radio 4’s A Cultural Life that if the Fab Four hadn’t been successful, the only thing he was qualified to do was teach, according to the Telegraph.

English Literature’

The music legend admitted that higher-level teaching would have forced her to review his books, saying that ‘lower-level English literature’ was what he had has plan B.

He used the interview to talk about the impact his own English teacher Alan Durband had on him growing up in the 1950s.

He credited the Liverpool Institute High School for Boys teacher with getting him interested in literature by getting him to read Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Miller’s Tale.

McCartney recounted how he was struck by how vulgar the text was.

The Beatle left school with an A-level in English and having failed another in Art.

Royal Court Theater in Liverpool.

Durband had studied with the renowned literary critic FR Leavis while at Cambridge and young McCartney had passed on this misreading to him.

McCartney told presenter John Wilson that after his teacher introduced him to literature, he became interested in the Royal Court Theater in Liverpool.

His obsession with the theater continued through his Beatles years, as he recently found pages of a play written by him and John Lennon.

The Play, Titled Pilchard

The play, titled Pilchard, is about a mother and daughter who wonder where is a character named Pilchard, who is the Messiah and is busy “doing things”, sitting in the kitchen.

The Wings frontman also used the interview to set the record straight about The Beatles’ breakup, which he has been blamed for since the four parted ways in 1970.

McCartney told the show that the late John McCartney had been the one who split the band months before it was announced, with McCartney, Ringo Starr and George Harrison sworn to secrecy.

McCartney’s interview with John Wilson will air tomorrow on BBC Radio 4.

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Paul McCartney Quicks and Facts

  • The music legend, 79, said he thought he would be ‘not bad’ at teaching English
  • He told BBC’s A Cultural Life that his English teacher taught him to love literature
  • McCartney said he recently found pages of a play he wrote with John Lennon
  • He used the interview to blame Lennon for the break-up of the Beatles in 1970 
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