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Top 5 Paul McCartney Songs Since The Beatles

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Sir Paul McCartney. His name is synonymous with ‘music legend’, and for good reason. He was a Beatle after all!

It’s been almost 25 years, but Paul McCartney fans can breathe a sigh of relief with the news that the one and only Sir Paul McCartney will be touring Australia and New Zealand in 2017.

The acclaimed One On One Tour has wowed audiences all over the world, with the artist affectionately known as Macca bringing the goods time and time again. With a career spanning half a century, his back catalogue is impressive to say the least.



If you’re thinking about getting tickets, don’t think too long – this is a once in a lifetime event. And yes, there will be Beatles songs. Because who could forget that Paul McCartney was a star in the biggest band the world has ever seen. With only two living Beatles remaining, this is the only opportunity you’re going to get to hear The Beatles hits performed by a legitimate Beatle. Expect the likes of ‘A Hard Day’s Night’, ‘Hey Jude’ and ‘Eleanor Rigby’, just to name a few.

Sir Paul is so much more than just a Beatle though and is one of the most successful songwriters of all time. To refresh your memory – or enlighten you! - here are five of Paul McCartney’s best post-Beatles songs:


5. My Love

A love song written for his wife Linda McCartney who passed away in 1998, this was the biggest hit from Paul McCartney’s 1973 album, Red Rose Speedway.


4. Band on the Run

Thought to hint at some of the challenges faced as a Beatle, this was a big hit in 1974.


3. Live and Let Die

It was written for the James Bond film of the same name, Guns n Roses covered this popular song from 1973.


2. Maybe I’m Amazed

Another love song dedicated to his beloved wife Linda, this one is often considered the greatest love song Paul McCartney ever penned.


1. Silly Love Songs

His biggest hit with Wings, ‘Silly Love Songs’ was released in 1976 and was number 1 on the Billboard charts for five weeks.


Your chance to see a music legend

A two-time inductee into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and winner of 21 Grammy Awards, Paul McCartney’s legend status is undeniable.

With a 25-year wait for this tour and Paul McCartney no spring chicken, don’t take the chance of missing this one. The One On One Tour will give you a show to remember.

Get your Paul McCartney tickets here and be a part of music history as Paul McCartney finally graces us with his legendary presence after all these years.