Paul appears in TV spot for RADD

Tuesday, November 25, 1997

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Paul McCartney appeared in a TV spot for the RADD (Rock Artists Against Drunk Driving) organisation. On this ad, he starts singing Drive My Car, and then says “You can’t drive my car or anyone else’s if you’ve been drinking“.

The TV spot was first broadcast on November 25, during the “National Drunk And Drugged Driving Prevention Month”

Filming Location: New York, USA
Filming Date: November 18th 1997

From BeatlesOnFilm – So far this rare TV ad has not been bootlegged to our knowledge. Screen capture courtesy of Bamiyan.

Last updated on October 2, 2020

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