Paul McCartney meets Stevie Wonder

Thursday, February 3, 1966

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On this day, Paul McCartney saw 15-year-old Stevie Wonder perform at the Scotch Of St James club in London. The two of them chatted after the performance.

When on tour I have to write essays about the places I visit. In the essay I’ll be writing when I get back I’ll certainly include my meeting with Paul McCartney. I met him in the Scotch Of St James club. He’s a really swinging guy, the only Beatle I’ve met.

Stevie Wonder – NME, 18 February 1966

Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder ended up working together in 1981, for the recording of the “Tug Of War” album in Montserrat.

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