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“Baby, I’m amazed at the way you love me all the time, and maybe I’m afraid of the way I love you.”
Spellbinding lyricism by Sir Paul McCartney. Makes you just want to see him live, doesn’t it? Well, baby, you’ll be amazed by the way we have tickets all the time, but maybe you’re afraid of the cost of the prices? But don’t fret! Here at CHARGED.fm, we resell affordable tickets to great events!
Buying tickets for Paul McCartney gives you the chance to see one of music’s pioneers in the flesh.
If you are old enough, and lucky enough, you saw Sir Paul play with The Beatles in the 1960s. What an experience that must have been. “Beatlemania” swept the nation, as four Brits traveled across the states. Besides from McCartney, The Beatles consisted of John Lennon, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr. Together, they formed a band that went on to change the face of music.
However, The Beatles were no more by 1970, which is when Paul McCartney went on to start an illustrious solo career. His first solo album, titled McCartney, featured “Maybe I’m Amazed,” regarded as one of McCartney’s finest solo tracks. The album peaked at #1 on the US Billboard charts and held for three weeks, eventually selling two million copies.
Perhaps you never caught McCartney with The Beatles, but he did play in another notable band. Wings, also know as Paul McCartney and Wings, saw a slew of hits in the 1970s. Tracks like “Band on the Run” and “Silly Love Songs” saw time at the top of the charts. The band consisted of a core trio that included Paul’s wife Linda. I’m sure seeing them perform together was something special. Oh, to be a fly on the wall . . .
Didn’t see him play with either The Beatles or Wings? Well, you’re still in luck! Because his solo career is ongoing. He hasn’t been a member of a band since Wings 1981, which means he has done a lot of solo touring, which is good news for any fan of McCartney. He is body to embark on a tour this fall.
So, get your tickets here and see the legend Paul McCartney while he is still able to tour! The man is 72 years old and still going strong, but he could hang it up at any moment!
Paul McCartney Discography
McCartney II (1980)
Tug of War (1982)
Pipes of Peace (1983)
Give My Regards to Broad Street (1984)
Press to Play (1986)
Choba B CCCP (1988)
Flowers in the Dirt (1989)
Off the Ground (1993)
Flaming Pie (1997)
Run Devil Run (1999)
Driving Rain (2001)
Chaos and Creation in the Backyard (2005)
Memory Almost Full (2007)
Kisses on the Bottom (2012)
Paul McCartney Awards
Lifetime Achievement Grammy Award (1990)
Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (1999)
Lifetime Achievement Grammy Award with The Beatles (2014)
Grammy: Best New Artist with The Beatles (1965)
Grammy: Best Performance by a Vocal Group with The Beatles for “A Hard Day’s Night” (1965)
Grammy: Song of the Year with John Lennon for “Michelle” (1967)
Grammy: Best Contemporary Solo Vocal Performance for “Eleanor Rigby” (1967)
Grammy: Best Contemporary Album with The Beatles for Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (1968)
Grammy: Best Album with The Beatles for Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (1968)
Grammy: Best Original Score Written for a Motion Picture with The Beatles for Let It Be (1971)
Grammy: Trustees Award with The Beatles (1971)
Grammy: Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s) for “Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey” (1972)
Grammy: Best Pop Performances by a Duo or Group with Vocal with Wings for “Band on the Run” (1975)
Grammy: Best Rock Instrumental Performance with Wings “Rockestra Theme” (1980)
Grammy: Best Long Form Music Video with The Beatles for The Beatles Anthology (1997)
Grammy: Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal with The Beatles for “Free as a Bird” (1997)
Grammy: Best Short Form Music Video with The Beatles for “Free as a Bird” (1997)
Grammy: Best Solo Rock Vocal Performance for “Helter Skelter” (2011)
Grammy: Best Historical Album for Band on the Run (2012)
Grammy: Best Traditional Pop Vocal Performance for “Kisses on the Bottom” (2013)
Grammy: Best Rock Song with Dave Grohl, Pat Smear, and Krist Novoselic for “Cut Me Some Slack” (2014)
Grammy: Best Music Film for “Live Kisses” (2014)
1. “Let ‘Em In”
3. “Maybe I’m Amazed”
4. “Live and Let Die”
6. “Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey”
7. “With A Little Luck”
8. “Let Me Roll It”
9. “Another Day”
10. “Band on the Run”
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