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Paul McCartney’s school exercise book sells for £46800 Music

Mar 27, 2019 • Posted in A day in the life

From dailymail.co.uk, March 27, 2019: […] A school book Sir Paul McCartney used as a teenager has sold for £46,800 – nearly 10 times its estimate. The exercise book – which features a doodle of a man smoking and a teacher’s critical comments – sold at an auction of Beatles memorabilia in Newton-le-Willows, Merseyside. Sir

Paul Awarded Gold Blue Peter Badge

Feb 07, 2019 • Posted in A day in the life

From paulmccartney.com, February 5, 2019: Paul has sold over 700 million albums around the world as a solo artist with his band Wings and as a member of the legendary group, The Beatles but declared to Blue Peter that he’s ‘made it’ when the show presented him with a prestigious Gold Blue Peter Badge recently. When

‘The Bruce McMouse Show’ Playing In Select Cinemas Around The World

Jan 21, 2019 • Posted in A day in the life

From paulmccartney.com, January 10, 2019: Today Paul announced in partnership with Abramorama and MPL/Capitol/UMe to premiere The Bruce McMouse Show in select cinemas around the world on Monday 21st January. The Bruce McMouse Show is a previously never-before seen film that tells the story of how Paul and Wings came to meet the inimitable impresario Bruce McMouse. Part concert

Paul McCartney made Companion Of Honour

May 04, 2018 • Posted in A day in the life

From NME, May 4, 2018: Paul McCartney has been made a Companion Of Honour for his contribution to music. The Beatles star received the honour 21 years after he was knighted by the Queen. Until earlier this year, he was the only member of the influential band to be given a knighthood. Drummer Ringo Starr

Paul McCartney joins March for Our Lives Rally in New York

Mar 24, 2018 • Posted in A day in the life

From RollingStone, March 24, 2018: Paul McCartney attended a March for Our Lives sister protest in New York, one of the dozens of rallies taking place throughout the United States Saturday. In a brief interview with CNN at the rally, the Beatles legend said, “One of my best friends was killed in gun violence right