Check All Details About Paul McCartney

Paul McCartney (born 18 June 1942) is a major member of the Beatles. He went on to have a successful solo career after the Beatles split up in 1970.

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The Beatles began performing in clubs in Germany and Liverpool in the early 1960s. They were discovered by manager Brian Epstein at the Cavern Club in Liverpool.

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With Parlophone, he earned their first significant recording contract (after many other record companies like Decca had turned them down).

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After their tour to the United States in 1964, the Beatles quickly rose to international popularity and became one of the most well-known names in the world.

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The Beatles had a rigorous schedule of recording, live concerts, and media interviews when they were at the height of their stardom.

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The Beatles' final live tour in the United States took place in 1966. Because of the furious screaming and attention of fans, they decided to call a halt to live performances.

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In the late 1960s, the group spent more time in the recording studio. They also got more imaginative, mixing Eastern influences and new forms into their music.

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McCartney was bothered by John Lennon's excessive LSD use and despised Yoko Ono's presence in recording facilities.

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Nonetheless, despite the personal strife, the Beatles' late years created some of their most memorable songs.

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