One would think that, at age 78, Paul McCartney could just take it easy for a while. Not this Beatle!
Being the founder of The Beatles and considered one of the most influential musicians of all time, one would think that, at age 78, Paul McCartney could just take it easy for a while. Especially considering the current circumstances. But he wouldn't be where he is if he wasn't a unique person, and that comes with being at the peak of his creative abilities during a pandemic.
Last year, Paul surprised the world. He released a new album that he made entirely on his own, played multiple online concerts, did countless thorough interviews, and became best friends with Taylor Swift. Here are some of the highlights of the Beatle's quarantine.
One can only imagine how many stories Paul McCartney has to share about the making of his music, and last year he had lots of time alone with his thoughts to reminisce about them. That's why he decided to do Q&A to share his memories and entertain fans. His favorite memory, he said, was the recording of the song A Day In The Life with The Beatles, for the album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.
Source: Val Barone/thethings.com