1. Sir Paul McCartney was appointed Member of the Order of the Companions of Honour in the 2017 Birthday Honours for services to music.
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16. Sir Paul McCartney has publicly professed support for Everton, and shown favour for Liverpool.
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18. Sir Paul McCartney has appeared in the group's campaigns, and in 2009 McCartney narrated a video for them titled "Glass Walls", which was harshly critical of slaughterhouses, the meat industry, and their effect on animal welfare.
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23. Sir Paul McCartney has criticised Jackson's purchase and handling of Northern Songs over the years.
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30. Sir Paul McCartney said, "I've been offered an exhibition of my paintings at the Walker Art Gallery.
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32. Sir Paul McCartney became interested in painting after watching artist Willem de Kooning work in de Kooning's Long Island studio.
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34. In 1971, Sir Paul McCartney bought the publishing rights to Holly's catalogue, and in 1976, on the fortieth anniversary of Holly's birth, McCartney inaugurated the annual "Buddy Holly Week" in England.
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35. Sir Paul McCartney said he wrote "I'm Down" as a vehicle for his Little Richard impersonation.
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36. Sir Paul McCartney called Little Richard an idol, whose falsetto vocalisations inspired McCartney's own vocal technique.
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40. Sir Paul McCartney has primarily used a Gibson Les Paul for electric work, particularly during live performances.
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45. Sir Paul McCartney was influenced by Brian Wilson, as he commented: "because he went to very unusual places".
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47. On 20 June 2018, Sir Paul McCartney released two songs, "I Don't Know" and "Come On to Me", from his album Egypt Station, which was released on 7 September through Capitol Records.
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48. Sir Paul McCartney appeared in the adventure film Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, which was released in 2017.
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51. In 2014, Sir Paul McCartney wrote and performed "Hope for the Future", the ending song for the video game Destiny.
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52. On 14 August 2014, Sir Paul McCartney performed the final concert at Candlestick Park in San Francisco, California before its demolition.
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53. In July 2011, Sir Paul McCartney performed at two sold-out concerts at the new Yankee Stadium.
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58. In 1991, Sir Paul McCartney performed a selection of acoustic-only songs on MTV Unplugged and released a live album of the performance titled Unplugged.
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59. Sir Paul McCartney ventured into orchestral music in 1991, when the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society commissioned a musical piece by him to celebrate its sesquicentennial.
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60. In 1988, Sir Paul McCartney released Снова в СССР, initially available only in the Soviet Union, which contained eighteen covers; recorded over the course of two days.
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64. In 1984, Sir Paul McCartney starred in the musical Give My Regards to Broad Street, a feature film he wrote and produced which included Starr in an acting role.
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65. Sir Paul McCartney earned his latest UK number one as of 2014 with the title track of his LP release that year, "Pipes of Peace".
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69. In October 1969, a rumour surfaced that Sir Paul McCartney had died in a car crash in 1966 and been replaced by a lookalike, but this was quickly refuted when a November Life magazine cover featured him and his family, accompanied by the caption "Paul is still with us".
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76. At the age of fifteen on 6 July 1957, Sir Paul McCartney met John Lennon and his band, the Quarrymen, at the St Peter's Church Hall fete in Woolton.
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