Paul and Linda visit the Grand Ole Opry’s night performance

Friday, June 28, 1974

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From Paul McCartney in Nashville Over the Years ( – Roy Acuff, left, the King of Country Music, introduces Paul McCartney, the former Beatle, to a packed Grand Ole Opry House June 28, 1974. McCartney didn’t perform, but preferred to wander around backstage with Chet Atkins and various Opry stars.
From Paul McCartney in Nashville Over the Years ( – Paul McCartney, left, and his wife Linda gets interview as they made a surprise visit to the Grand Ole Opry’s night performance June 28, 1974. McCartney, who is staying in the Nashville area while rehearsing for an upcoming tour with Wings, was the guest of honor at a cocktail party at Opryland’s VIP lounge, just before the show. ALAN L. MAYOR / FOR THE TENNESSEAN
From Facebook – 49 years ago this summer, you might’ve passed this unassuming cowboy down on 5th Ave without even knowing it was former Beatle Paul McCartney. . Paul, Linda and Wings lived in Nashville for nearly three months, soaking up the music scene, enjoying local restaurants and shopping, and cutting several tracks, including the #1 hit “Junior’s Farm.” (Photo by Linda McCartney)
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