Paul McCartney accuses The Rolling Stones of copying The Beatles

Saturday, October 12, 2013

Sir Paul McCartney has accused The Rolling Stones for copying The Beatles during their ascent to success in the sixties. The unstoppable star has been quoted as saying that The Beatles' former rivals copied their career trajectory and even their dress sense during their heyday. "That is the truth. Look at the history:

The Beatles go to America, a year later they come too," says MacCartney, as reported by Contactmusic. "We wrote their first single (sic), I Wanna Be Your Man. We go psychedelic, they go psychedelic. We dress as wizards, they dress as wizards..." The former Beatle, his band and crew performed a surprise gig in New York's Times Square this week (10 October, 2013) arriving in a convoy of NY yellow cabs before performing tracks from his upcoming album, 'New'.

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Source: GigWise

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10/12/2013 10:35 AM

Justice for the 96, never buy the Sun! Why does McCartney sell his wares to the scum when he must know how disrespectful it is to the people of his hometown Liverpool, and especially all those involved in, and touched by the Hillsborough disaster?

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