Sir Paul McCartney is an English singer, songwriter, composer and legendary multi-instrumentalist. Paul McCartney is most famous for playing bass guitar in The Beatles. Paul McCartney also performed in the band Wings after the Beatles broke up and continues to perform today. Paul McCartney is one of the most celebrated and famous musicians of his time, with over 60 gold records and more than 100 million singles sold between The Beatles and Wings. His songs have been covered by over 2,000 different artists and Paul McCartney has over 32 singles that have reached the number one position in the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Paul McCartney is a 21 time Grammy Award winning artist and has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame – twice. First in 1988 as a member of the Beatles, then as a solo artist in 1999. Paul McCartney has released an extensive catalogue of music in the form of everything from classical, to rock, to electronic music. Paul McCartney is recorded in the Guiness Book of World Records as the “most successful songwriter” and has written or co-written more than 200 songs, many of which became top-charted, hit singles. In the UK, Paul McCartney is credited with more number one, best-selling singles than any other artist. He has co-written songs with John Lennon, Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, and many more music greats. Paul McCartney’s number one most covered song is “Yesterday”, which is documented as the most covered song performed by other artists with more than 2,200 different versions recorded by other artists. The track is also the only song written by a UK artist which has been played over 7 million times on American TV. Paul McCartney also composed The Beatles hit, “Hey Jude”, which topped the US charts for nine weeks in the number one position and sold 5 million copies, another career highlight of his. Paul McCartney live performance as a solo artist or with his band, Wings, are characteristic of his intimate singing and dedicated fan base. Paul McCartney shows often bring together many different ages and generations of fans for the love of his music. Don’t miss your chance to see Paul McCartney perform live in concert. Score with TicketCity – the place to go for Paul McCartney Tickets.
Paul McCartney Tour – 2015
From 2013 to 2015, Paul McCartney performed on his Out There! Tour, which played in 88 cities all over the world. Paul McCartney live performances are known to audiences as intimate singing experiences in which Paul McCartney will engage the audience during songs. His concerts are characteristic of their dedicated fan base and bringing together music fans from all different generations. Paul McCartney performed many songs from The Beatles, Wings, as well as many of his own solo songs during the Out There Tour of 2015.