Paul Mccartney Wife – Age, Height & Net Worth – Biography

Paul Mccartney Wife – Age, Height & Net Worth – Biography

Paul Mccartney Wife – Age, Height & Net Worth – Biography | Sir James Paul McCartney CH MBE is an English singer, songwriter, musician, composer, and record and film producer who gained worldwide fame as co-lead vocalist and bassist for the Beatles.

Paul Mccartney Wife

Paul Mccartney Wife – Age, Height & Net Worth – Biography

Born Name: James Paul McCartney
Date of Birth: 18 June 1942
Place of Birth: LWalton, Liverpool, England
Occupation: Singer, songwriter, musician, producer, composer, businessman
Net worth: £800 million
Spouse(s): Linda Eastman(m. 1969; died 1998)
Heather Mills(m. 2002; div. 2008)
Nancy Shevell (m. 2011)
Partner(s): Jane Asher (1963–1968)
Children: Heather, Mary, Stella, James, Beatrice
Relatives: Jim and Mary (parents)
Mike McGear (brother)
Musical career
Genres: Rock, pop, classical, electronic
Instruments: Vocals, bass guitar, guitar, keyboards
Labels: Apple, Capitol, Columbia, Decca, Hear Music, Parlophone, Polydor, Swan, Vee-Jay
Associated acts: The Quarrymen, The Beatles, Wings, The Fireman
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Early life

James Paul McCartney was born on 18 June 1942 at Walton Hospital in the Walton area of Liverpool, where his mother, Mary Patricia (née Mohin), had qualified to practice as a nurse. His father, James (“Jim”) McCartney, was absent from his son’s birth due to his work as a volunteer firefighter during World War II. McCartney has a younger brother named Michael and a stepsister named Ruth. The children were baptized in their mother’s Catholic faith, even though their father was a former Protestant who had turned agnostic. Religion was not emphasized in the household.



1957–1960: The Quarrymen
At the age of fifteen on 6 July 1957, McCartney met John Lennon and his band, the Quarrymen, at the St Peter’s Church Hall fête in Woolton. The Quarrymen played a mix of rock and roll and skiffle, a type of popular music with jazz, blues, and folk influences. Soon afterward, the members of the band invited McCartney to join as a rhythm guitarist, and he formed a close working relationship with Lennon. Harrison joined in 1958 as lead guitarist, followed by Lennon’s art school friend Stuart Sutcliffe on bass, in 1960. By May 1960 the band had tried several names, including Johnny and the Moondogs, Beatles, and the Silver Beetles. They adopted the name the Beatles in August 1960 and recruited drummer Pete Best shortly before a five-engagement residency in Hamburg.



Creative outlets
While at school during the 1950s, McCartney thrived at art assignments, often earning top accolades for his visual work. However, his lack of discipline negatively affected his academic grades, preventing him from earning admission to art college. During the 1960s, he delved into the visual arts, explored experimental cinema, and regularly attended film, theatrical and classical music performances. His first contact with the London avant-garde scene was through artist John Dunbar, who introduced McCartney to art dealer Robert Fraser. At Fraser’s flat, he first learned about art appreciation and met Andy Warhol, Claes Oldenburg, Peter Blake, and Richard Hamilton. McCartney later purchased works by Magritte, whose painting of an apple had inspired the Apple Records logo. McCartney became involved in the renovation and publicizing of the Indica Gallery in Mason’s Yard, London, which Barry Miles had co-founded and where Lennon first met Yoko Ono. Miles also co-founded International Times, an underground paper that McCartney helped to start with direct financial support and by providing interviews to attract advertiser income. Miles later wrote McCartney’s official biography, Many Years from Now (1997).


Personal relationships

McCartney’s first serious girlfriend in Liverpool was Dot Rhone, whom he met at the Casbah club in 1959. According to Spitz, Rhone felt that McCartney had a compulsion to control situations. He often chose clothes and makeup for her, encouraging her to grow her hair out like Brigitte Bardot’s, and at least once insisting she has it restyled, to disappointing effect. When McCartney first went to Hamburg with the Beatles, he wrote to Rhone regularly, and she accompanied Cynthia Lennon to Hamburg when they played there again in 1962. The couple had a two-and-a-half-year relationship and were due to marry until Rhone’s miscarriage. According to Spitz, McCartney, now “free of obligation”, ended the engagement. From 1)Wikipedia

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