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Paul McCartney's Tribute To John Lennon During The March For Our Lives Rally Was Simple But Powerful
“Sir” James Paul McCartney played bass guitar and sang for the most influential band in the history of music. They were called The Beatles. He was the first to leave the group and launch a solo career that has been not surprisingly successful.
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- Born: James Paul McCartney (1942-06-18) 18 June 1942 (age 78) Liverpool, England
- Occupation: Singer, songwriter, musician, producer, businessman
- Years active: 1957–present
- Net worth: £800 million
- Partner(s): Jane Asher (1963–1968)
- Children: Heather, Mary, Stella, James, Beatrice
- Relatives: Jim and Mary (parents), Mike McGear (brother)
- Genres: Rock, pop, classical, electronic
- Instruments: Vocals, bass guitar, guitar, keyboards
- Labels: Apple, Capitol, Columbia, Decca, Hear Music, Parlophone, Polydor, Swan, Vee-Jay
- Associated acts: The Quarrymen, The Beatles, Wings, The Fireman
- Website: paulmccartney.com