Mr. McCartney, or Sir Paul, was one-half of the core songwriting arm of modestly influential British rock quartet the Beatles for a decade. That band released a gang of well-received albums and singles, and even some films, in the mid-to-late '60s before calling it quits in 1970. McCartney branched out as a solo artist and would make a splash on his own and with Wings, plus make a career-defining appearance on The Simpsons in 1995. The Beatles' own material has endured among a small cadre of fans, with most of McCartney's set list devoted to their radio hits. Here's hoping he finds time for his soundtrack smash "Spies Like Us" in his Minute Maid set.
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