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There are greats, there are legends and then there is Sir Paul McCartney. He began his involvement with music at an early age and soon became part of one of the most iconic rock bands of all-time, The Beatles. Paul became the principal songwriter of that group and wrote lyrics for tracks like, Paperback Writer, Rain and Help! all of which became huge hits. In 1970, he quit the band and began to pursue his solo career. He later recorded a number of platinum selling albums like, ‘Pipes of Peace’ and ‘London Town.’ Today, he has become one of the most awarded artists in the history of rock music and has also received appointment as a Member of the Order of the British Empire.

Paul’s last studio LP, ‘Now’ came out in 2013. Since then, he hasn’t worked on any new studio record but did release one compilation record, ‘Pure McCartney’ in 2016. Considering how much he loves to perform live for his fans, it is no surprise to see that Paul is still performing all over the world despite being 75 years old.

In fact he is currently on his ‘One on One Tour’ and you can watch him live in concert by booking your Paul McCartney tickets.

Early Life & Influences

There are greats, there are legends and then there is Sir Paul McCartney. He began his involvement with music at an early age and soon became part of one of the most iconic rock bands of all-time, The Beatles. Paul became the principal songwriter of that group and wrote lyrics for tracks like, Paperback Writer, Rain and Help! all of which became huge hits. In 1970, he quit the band and began to pursue his solo career. He later recorded a number of platinum selling albums like, ‘Pipes of Peace’ and ‘London Town.’ Today, he has become one of the most awarded artists in the history of rock music and has also received appointment as a Member of the Order of the British Empire.

Paul’s last studio LP, ‘Now’ came out in 2013. Since then, he hasn’t worked on any new studio record but did release one compilation record, ‘Pure McCartney’ in 2016. Considering how much he loves to perform live for his fans, it is no surprise to see that Paul is still performing all over the world despite being 75 years old.

In fact he is currently on his ‘One on One Tour’ and you can watch him live in concert by booking your Paul McCartney tickets.

Breakthrough & Recognition

Paul McCartney received immense fame as part of The Beatles and the twenty one time Grammy winner maintained his stature as a solo artist as well. His debut record, ‘McCartney’ took the world by storm and peaked at the first spot on the Billboard 200. It was also certified double platinum by the RIAA. This LP also impressed many legendary artists including Neil Diamond who said,

“I loved that record because it was so simple. And there was so much to see and to hear. It was just Paul. There was no adornment at all ... There was no attempt made to compete with the things he had already done. And so out he stepped from the shadow of the Beatles.”

Since then, Paul has kept himself busy and as a result has released multiple hit records like, ‘Red Rose Speedway’ and ‘Band on the Run’ both of which topped the Billboard 200. For his contributions, he has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice, in 1988 and 1999. Moreover, he was knighted for services to music in 1997. McCartney has also won eight BRIT Awards, twenty two NME Awards and two American Music Awards.

Apart from entertaining the world with his music, Paul has also worked in films like ‘The Cooler,’ ‘Rupert and the Frog Song,’ ‘Eat the Rich’ and ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man Tell No Tales.’ In addition, his fans have also seen him make appearances on television shows like, ‘The Simpsons,’ ‘Howard Stern on Demand,’ ‘BoJack Horseman’ and ‘The Peter Austin Noto Show.’

Notable Work and Album Releases

As a Beatle, Paul McCartney worked on twenty four records. Out of those records, LPs like, ‘Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band,’ ‘The Beatles ("The White Album")’ and ‘Abbey Road’ not only peaked at the first spot on the Billboard 200 but were also certified diamond by the RIAA.

He has also churned out twenty four studio albums as a solo recording artist. The last time he put out an album was in 2013. Titled, ‘New,’ the record was produced by, Mark Ronson, Giles Martin, Ethan Jones and Paul Epworth. It received four stars out of five from Rolling Stone and was also selected as BBC Radio 2’s, ‘Record of the Week.’

Even though he hasn’t worked on any new studio projects since, Paul dropped two singles in 2015, one of which was FourFiveSeconds. The song was a collaborative effort with Rihanna and Kanye West. It made it to Rolling Stones’ list of the, ’50 Best Songs of 2015’ and recorded multi-platinum level sales in countries like Australia, Denmark, Italy, Sweden and the United States.

Paul McCartney has also spawned eight live, four compilation and thirteen video albums.

Paul McCartney – What’s Next

As of now, Paul McCartney is on his, ‘One on One Tour.’ This trek began when he performed the first gig at the Save Mart Center in Fresno on April 13, 2016. He has since then gone on to play plenty of shows in countries like, Argentina, Germany, Netherlands, Spain, France and Belgium.

Paul McCartney Tickets 2017

At the moment, Paul is trekking through North America and is yet to take the stage in cities like, New York City, Syracuse and Detroit before making his way to South America in October. He is scheduled to conclude the tour by performing his last concert at the Mount Smart Stadium in Auckland, New Zealand on December 16, 2017.

There is still time left for you to watch this legendary artist perform so, get your Paul McCartney tickets 2017 and let the good times roll!

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