Facts About Paul McCartney
Paul McCartney have taken breaths around:310,478,400 breaths of air
Paul McCartney have spent time for eating & drinking around:38.6 months eating and drinking
Paul McCartney heart has beaten around:2,980,592,640 times
Paul McCartney have eaten around:56.7 tons of food
Paul McCartney have slept around:26 years sleeping
Paul McCartney have laughed around:287,480 times
Paul McCartney (Sir James Paul McCartney) is a British singer, composer, and multi-instrumentalist, one of the most influential, talented, and successful British musicians of all times. He is most known for his striking musical career as one of the members of "The Beatles", together with John Lennon, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr. McCartney was born in 1942 in Liverpool and grew up being exposed to a large amount of various music since his father was a big fan of it. In the summer of 1956, Paul met John Lennon, and that's how one of the best known, significant for the music world, and prolific songwriting partnerships was created. Together, they wrote about 180 songs with most of them achieving worldwide popularity and bringing the duo a lot of money. McCartney's individual contribution to "The Beatles" musical legacy includes songs "Yesterday", "Blackbird", "Let It Be", "The Long and Winding Road" and scores of others. After the band had split, McCartney started his solo career with recording his first album "McCartney" on his own by playing all instruments and doing all vocals by himself. A bit later he assembled his own band "Wings", together with his wife Linda and his friend Jeff Lynn being permanent members. Some most famous composition of Sir Paul's solo career include "Band on the Run", "Live and Let Die", "Tug of War", "Say say say" (with Michael Jackson), "Ebony and Ivory" (with Stevie Wonder), "Only Love Remains", and many many more. For decades McCartney was married to Linda Eastwood, who is the mother of his 4 children including Stella McCartney, a known fashion designer. After Linda's death, Sir Paul was married twice. He is a vegetarian and an avid social right activist. He has 18 Grammy awards and was introduced to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice (as a member of "The Beatles" and as a solo artist).