Paul McCartney greets 80 years on Instagram

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The former Beatle responded to messages from her millions of followers with a short text and a photo taken by her daughter Mary.

File photo: Paul McCartney on stage at the Cavern nightclub in Liverpool during the early days of the British band The Beatles, circa 1960 (Photo: Keystone/Getty Images)
File photo: Paul McCartney on stage at the Cavern nightclub in Liverpool during the early days of the British band The Beatles, circa 1960 (Photo: Keystone/Getty Images)

Paul McCartney One of the most recognizable personalities of all time, carrying the legacy of the most popular and influential band in pop music history, turns 80 this Saturday.

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Millions of fans celebrated his birthday with messages of love and tribute around the world. And the British icon associated with the Beatles’ greatest hits, replied to them on Instagram A photograph taken by his daughter Mary.

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“Thank you for all the nice greetings and warm wishes for my birthday, Paul” The musician responded with an image of him leaning against a truck parked by the roadside and smiling.

Thank-you letter for Paul McCartney's birthday greetings
Thank-you letter for Paul McCartney’s birthday greetings
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In the song “When I’m Sixty-Four”, a very young Paul McCartney dreamed of quietly retiring at 64. But the British pop legend will blow out 80 candles this Saturday. One week before performing at Glastonbury And still very active.

The former Beatle will become the oldest headliner in the history of this legendary British music festival on June 25. attracting tens of thousands of people to the South West of England each year. “The Glastonbury crowd always reminded me of a medieval battle scene,” he tweeted in late March.

The concert will take place ten days after the end of the “Got Back Tour”. It’s been filling stadiums in the United States for a month and a half.

Paul McCartney performing at Madison Square Garden in New York City on December 12, 1989 (Photo: Ebet Roberts/Redferns)
Paul McCartney performing at Madison Square Garden in New York City on December 12, 1989 (Photo: Ebet Roberts/Redferns)

Unwilling to leave the stage, McCartney Performing solo for over 50 years had to take a break during the covid-19 pandemic. He later retired with his daughter Mary and four of his eight grandchildren to his farm in the southeast of England. However, he did not waste time, he had the opportunity to record the album “McCartney III”, which was released in December 2020 and reached number one in the UK charts, at his home.

The following year, he recorded it again, accompanied by a number of music stars. She has published “The Lyrics,” a book commemorating her career, and has written a vegan cookbook and a children’s story with her daughters, Mary and Stella.

He has received numerous awards, including 18 Grammys, throughout his successful career, and in 1997 he was honored with Queen Elizabeth II. Elected “Sir” by Elizabeth. It is said that he may soon be made “Lord” as another acknowledgment of the prolific musician’s cultural footprint. Of the four Beatles, only he and Ringo Starr are still alive, and still touring at 81.

With information from AFP

Source: Info Bae

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