The Paul McCartney Project

What happened for Paul in 2020

2020 was marked by a global health crisis due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). This crisis put a halt to the daily routine of billions of people throughout the world, forcing people to stay confined at home and all gatherings to be cancelled, including concerts.

The initial schedule for Paul McCartney this year was to headline the 50th edition of the Glastonbury Festival and to continue his Freshen Up tour with a new European leg. All had to be cancelled or rescheduled. To compensate, Paul joined a few live-streamed events, like Ringo Starr’s 80th birthday party.

2020 marked the 50th anniversary of the latest Beatles album and his first solo album. “McCartney” got re-released on vinyl.

Also, his 1997 album, “Flaming Pie” got re-released as part of the Archive Collection.

(photo by Mary McCartney, from GQ Magazine)

Last updated on August 5, 2020

Albums released in 2020

Concerts, TV & Radio shows

One World: Together At Home

Apr 18, 2020 • United Kingdom • Rye • Hog Hill Studio


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