|Birth Day||June 18, 1942|
|Birth Place||Liverpool, England|
|Age||78 YEARS OLD|
The Beatles cofounder grossed just over $100 million on solo shows in 2019, 11th most of any act.
The coronavirus canceled his Freshen Up Tour's European leg, planned for the summer of 2020.
McCartney's 17th studio album "Egypt Station," released in 2018, became his first chart-topper in more than 36 years.
The legend owns a trove of music publishing copyrights--including his solo work and that of others including Buddy Holly--through his company MPL.
Singer and multi-intstrumentalist of The Beatles who wrote such hit songs for the band as "Penny Lane," "Blackbird" and "Eleanor Rigby." After his time with The Beatles he formed the band Wings and embarked upon a solo career. He has earned 21 Grammy Awards across his career.
He met George Harrison on his school bus as a child and he joined John Lennon's skiffle group The Quarrymen when he was fifteen. After Harrison joined the band as well, they changed their name to The Beatles.
The Beatles won an Academy Award for Best Music, Original Song Score for their 1970 Let It Be documentary. Paul also received an Academy Award nomination for his song "Live and Let Die," which was the theme song for the 1973 James Bond film of the same name.
He married Linda McCartney on March 12, 1969, then wed Heather Mills on June 11, 2002, and finally exchanged wedding bands with Nancy Shevell on October 9, 2011. He has four daughters named Heather, Stella, Mary and Beatrice and a son named James.
He sang a duet with Stevie Wonder on the #1 hit "Ebony & Ivory" in 1982.