Paul McCartney Tour Tickets

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Paul McCartney Tickets Are Available for His Current Tour

Regardless of the fact that the man is 71 years old, he still has what it takes to pack a house.  With Paul McCartney tickets selling out all over the world for his current tour its no wonder people are searching far and wide to be a part of the adventure.  Time waits for no man (or woman), and its only a matter of time before this rock legend decides that touring is just taking too much out of him.

We don’t relish the day that he announces his retirement from music.

In the mean time we go out of our way to enjoy the sounds that are unique to Sir Paul.

Short Paul McCartney Biography

Sir James Paul McCartney was born on June 18, 1942, in Liverpool, England.

In July 1957, McCartney met John Lennon and band, The Quarrymen, McCartney joined the band several weeks later.

In 1960 the group added Stu Sutcliffe and Pete Best.

When looking to rebrand themselves, Sutcliffe made the suggestion that the band change its name to The Beatles.

The Beatles went on to become one of the most legendary bands in music history.  They stayed together for ten years producing iconic songs but they broke up in early 1970 and Paul McCartney went on to establish a solo career.

In April 1970, McCartney released his debut solo album, which spent three weeks in the U.S. at number one. Less than a year after leaving the Beatles, McCartney formed a new group, Wings, with his wife Linda.

Among its membership was Denny Laine, a former drummer for The Moody Blues.

During that band’s ten-year life they released seven albums, including four chart toppers, such as “Live and Let Die” and “Silly Love Songs.” Wings broke up in 1981 and McCartney returned to a solo career.

McCartney devoted much of the 1990s to his side projects, including The Fireman, as well as work with Ringo Starr and George Harrison on the three Beatles Anthology albums.

McCartney’s U.S. popularity re-surged in 1997 with Flaming Pie, his first release after completing the anthology albums. His re-emergence in America continued with the release of Chaos and Creation in the Backyard in 2005 and Memory Almost Full in 2007.

McCartney also participated in the creation of the Cirque du Soleil production Love, which showcases Beatles music.

Paul McCartney Songs

Coming UpDance TonightEarly Days
AppreciateBallroom DancingBig Boys Bickering
(I Want to) Come HomeAll My TrialsAlligator
You Tell MeWe All Stand TogetherWonderful Christmastime
WanderlustVintage ClothesVanilla Sky
Uncle Albert – Admiral HalseyTug Of WarToo Many People
The World TonightThe End Of The EndThe Back Seat of My Car
That Was MeThat Day Is DoneTeddy Boy
Take It AwaySee Your SunshineScared
Save UsRoadRiding To Vanity Fair
Ram OnQueenie EyePipes Of Peace
Only Our HeartsOnly Mama KnowsOn My Way to Work
Nod Your HeadNo More Lonely NightsNew
My ValentineMy Brave FaceMr. Bellamy
Maybe I’m AmazedLooking For ChangesLittle Willow
JunkJenny WrenHouse of Wax
HosannaHere TodayGratitude
FreedomFlaming PieFeet in the Clouds
Everybody Out ThereEvery NightEver Present Past

 

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