San Diego, CA (PRWEB) July 18, 2014
Born in Liverpool England, McCartney’s prodigious talent with the guitar brought him to the attention of John Lennon, who promptly invited McCartney to join his band; the addition of George Harrison and Ringo Starr, marked the completion of the Beatles. McCartney and Lennon formed the most successful song-writing partnership in popular music, generating a score of number one hits around the globe. McCartney alone penned the heartfelt lyrics of classics like Yesterday, Penny Lane, Hey Jude, and Let it Be.
After the breakup of the Beatles, McCartney formed Wings with his wife, Linda McCartney, and former Moody Blues guitarist Denny Laine. Over the next decade, Wings released a string of smash hits including My Love, Live and Let Die, Band on the Run, and Silly Love Songs. As Wings disbanded in the early 80’s, McCartney concentrated on his solo career but remained open to collaboration. A champion of racial equality, he released the worldwide smash Ebony and Ivory with Stevie Wonder; and two duets with Michael Jackson – The Girl is Mine, and Say, Say, Say. McCartney has written more number one pop songs than any other artist in history.
While one may never know exactly which favorite songs Paul McCartney might play, based on other recent concert tours expect a mix of solo material and great Beatles tunes such as: A Day In The Life, All My Loving, And I Love Her, Back In The USSR, Band On The Run, Blackbird, Dance Tonight, Get Back, Drive My Car, Eleanor Rigby, Here Today, Hey Jude, I’ve Got A Feeling, Jet, Junior’s Farm, Lady Madonna, Let It Be, Let Me Roll It, Live And Let Die, Maybe I’m Amazed, Mrs Vandebilt, My Valentine, Nineteen Hundred And Eighty Five, Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da, Paperback Writer, Sing The Changes, Something, The Long And Winding Road, The Night Before plus some special encores.
This may represent the final time Paul McCartney tours; don’t miss the chance to see him live and hear your favorite Beatles songs performed as only their author can. Buy seats for the Paul McCartney concerts by phone at 855 805 5266 for professional personal assistance.