McCartney articles on Wikipedia
Paul McCartney
people you need in life. Salt of the earth." Paul McCartney, Playboy interview 1984 McCartney's mother Mary was a midwife and the family's primary
May 28th 2017

LennonMcCartney was the songwriting partnership between English musicians John Lennon (9 October 1940 – 8 December 1980) and Paul McCartney (born 18
May 27th 2017

Linda McCartney
were also published in the book Linda-McCartney's-SixtiesLinda McCartney's Sixties: Portrait of an Era, in 1992. Linda married McCartney in 1969 at St John's Wood Church in London
May 27th 2017

Stella McCartney
maternal great-grandmothers (both of McCartney's">Linda McCartney's grandmothers were named Stella). As a young girl, McCartney travelled the globe with her parents and
May 19th 2017

Paul McCartney discography
  "Paul McCartney Japanese Album Chart listings". Original Confidence. Retrieved 2 August 2011Paul McCartneyCDアルバムランキング "Paul McCartney's Album discography
May 20th 2017

Pure McCartney (Paul McCartney album)
Pure McCartney is the fourth compilation album by Paul McCartney. The album was released on 10 June 2016. The album was first teased in late March 2016
May 8th 2017

Mary McCartney
September 1977. McCartney'sMcCartney's mother Linda died from breast cancer in 1998. McCartney has a much younger half-sister, Beatrice Milly McCartney, born to her
May 18th 2017

Jim and Mary McCartney
James "Jim" McCartney (7 July 1902 – 18 March 1976) and Mary Patricia McCartney (nee Mohan) (29 September 1909 – 31 October 1956) were the parents of
Feb 9th 2017

McCartney II
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May 18th 2017

List of Paul McCartney concerts
performances The Wings song "Mrs. Vandebilt" was played live by Paul McCartney for the first time ever on 14 June 2008 at the Independence Concert in
Mar 24th 2017

Linda McCartney Racing Team
company was started by Sir Paul McCartney's wife, Linda. Team success would promote vegetarianism and Linda McCartney Foods. The team was to compete in
Apr 19th 2017

James McCartney
"McCartney James McCartney to release full album, go on tour". USA TODAY. Retrieved 10 February 2013. "McCartney
May 21st 2017

List of awards and nominations received by Paul McCartney "Grammy-Awards-WonGrammy Awards Won by Paul McCartney". Archived from the original
May 20th 2017

Bill McCartney
in the Fiesta Bowl. In 1994, McCartney'sMcCartney's final year, he coached the Buffaloes to a victory at Michigan, where McCartney had spent eight years as an assistant
May 2nd 2017

Ruth McCartney
Ruth McCartney (born Ruth Williams, 15 February 1960)[citation needed] is the CEO of McCartneyMultimedia, co-founder of fan management software company
Apr 3rd 2017

The Paul McCartney World Tour
The Paul McCartney World Tour was a worldwide concert tour by Paul McCartney during 1989 and 1990. It was McCartney's first major tour outing in ten years
Sep 5th 2016

Jesse McCartney
  McCartney, Ginger (6 May 2012). "Ginger McCartney (GingerMacMgmt) on Twitter". Retrieved 26 June 2012.
May 11th 2017

List of songs recorded by Paul McCartney
The following is a sortable table of all songs by Paul McCartney: The column Song lists the song title. The column Author(s) lists who wrote the song
Feb 18th 2017

JAGS McCartney International Airport
JAGS McCartney International Airport (IATA: GDTICAO: MBGT), also known as Grand Turk International Airport, is an airport located one mile south of
Mar 30th 2017

Robert McCartney
Robert, Bob or Bobby McCartney may refer to: Robert McCartney (Australian politician) (1906 – ?) Robert McCartney (Northern Irish politician) (born 1936)
May 17th 2014

Personal relationships of Paul McCartney
slightly older than McCartney and used to ask him to baby-sit with her. Julie Arthur, another girlfriend, was Ted Ray's niece. McCartney's first serious girlfriend
May 23rd 2017

William McCartney
Billy or Willie McCartney can refer to: Bill McCartney (born 1940), American evangelist and former football coach Billy McCartney (born 1947), Scottish
May 26th 2017

List of Paul McCartney musical contributions and appearances
Paul McCartney track, the album also contains songs by Bananarama, Elvis Costello, Dire Straits, Eurythmics, Howard Jones, and others. Paul McCartney's contribution
Aug 2nd 2016

McCartney (surname)
photographer, Paul McCartney's first wife Heather McCartney (born 1962), Linda McCartney's daughter, adopted by Paul McCartney Mary McCartney (born 1969), British
May 27th 2017

The McCartney Years
The-McCartney-YearsThe McCartney Years is a three-DVD set featuring music videos, live performances and other rare footage from Paul McCartney's solo career and Wings. The
Jan 14th 2017

Beautiful Soul (Jesse McCartney album)
Jesse McCartney, released on September 28, 2004. The album was a success in the United States, Italy and Taiwan, going Platinum, and spawned Jesse McCartney's
Apr 23rd 2017

My Love (Paul McCartney and Wings song)
written by Paul McCartney to his first wife Linda. The ballad was a number one single and the most successful track from the Paul McCartney and Wings 1973
Apr 8th 2017

Alec McCartney
Alexander Douglas McCartney (14 November 1879 – 21 July 1968) was an Irish international footballer, active in both Ireland and England, who played as
May 6th 2016

Bluebird (Paul McCartney and Wings song)
noted that McCartney's "lightweight superbly on 'Bluebird' (which recalls "Blackbird" from The White Album)." Paul McCartney & Wings (with
Sep 9th 2016

George McCartney
the 2007/2008 season McCartney received the runner up Hammer of the Year Award, having played in all 38 Premiership games. McCartney's sale back to his
Apr 18th 2017

Jason McCartney (politician)
May 15th 2017

Karl McCartney
McCartney Karl Ian McCartney (born 25 October 1968, Birkenhead) is Conservative Member of Parliament for Lincoln, and was first elected in 2010. McCartney attended
May 6th 2017

McCartney (album)
McCartney is the debut studio album by English musician Paul McCartney. It was issued on Apple Records in April 1970 after McCartney had resisted attempts
May 24th 2017

John McCartney
John-McCartneyJohn-McCartneyJohn McCartney may refer to: John-McCartneyJohn-McCartneyJohn McCartney (footballer born 1866) (1866–1933), Scottish player and manager whose career lasted from 1884 to 1929 John
Feb 11th 2016

Murder of Robert McCartney
Agrees With Mccartney Family After Us Consul Meeting[dead link] "Irish Republican Army (IRA) statement about the killing of Robert McCartney". Conflict
May 24th 2017

On the Run (Paul McCartney)
singer-songwriter Paul McCartney. The tour began on 15 July 2011, with McCartney's first two concerts at Yankee Stadium in New York City. McCartney's appearances
Apr 27th 2017

McCartney–Bone House
McCartney The McCartneyBone-HouseBone House (also known as the BoneWilbourn House and McCartneyBoneWilbourn House) is a historic residence near Maysville in Madison County
Feb 26th 2017

Pure McCartney
Damn Crystals, recorded for Paul McCartney's 70th birthday Pure McCartney (Paul McCartney album), a compilation album released by Paul McCartney in 2016
Sep 4th 2016

Mike McGear
Live8. In 2005, McCartney premiered and exhibited a collection of photographs that he had taken in the 1960s, called "Mike McCartney's Liverpool Life"
Jan 16th 2017

Take It Away (Paul McCartney song)
" Paul McCartney – "Take It Away"" (ASP). Hung Medien. Charts MegaCharts. Retrieved 5 May 2013.  "Search the Charts" (enter "Paul Mc Cartney" into the "Search
Apr 4th 2017

Paul McCartney's Unplugged Tour 1991
Paul McCartney concert tours "Paul McCartney's Unplugged Tour 1991".  Paul - official website Paul McCartney Central
Mar 15th 2016

Kathleen McCartney
Kathleen McCartney may refer to: Kathleen McCartney (college president), president of Smith College Kathleen McCartney (triathlete), triathlete
Dec 23rd 2015

Working Classical
Kingdom. All pieces by McCartney Paul McCartney. "Junk" – 2:49 Originally introduced on McCartney's-1970McCartney's 1970 debut solo album McCartney "A Leaf" – 11:08 Originally
May 13th 2017

List of Paul McCartney maxi-singles
is a list of Paul McCartney maxi-singles that have been released as vinyl singles and CD singles: Calkin, Graham. "Paul McCartneyLet 'em In". Jpgr
Mar 19th 2017

Billy McCartney
For other people named William McCartney, see William McCartney (disambiguation). William Raymond McCartney (born 1 August 1947) is a Scottish former footballer
Mar 14th 2017

Kathleen McCartney (college president)
For other people named Kathleen McCartney, see Kathleen McCartney (disambiguation). Kathleen McCartney (born 1956) is the 11th president of Smith College
May 6th 2017

Heather Mills
holiday. Mills and McCartney were married on 11 June 2002, four years after McCartney's first wife had died of breast cancer. The McCartneyMills wedding was
May 18th 2017

Let Us in Americana: The Music of Paul McCartney
Let Us in Americana: The Music of Paul McCartney is a tribute album to musician Paul McCartney, released on June 23, 2013. Allmusic
Oct 31st 2016

James McCartney (disambiguation)
McCartneyMcCartney James McCartney (born 1977) is a British musician. McCartneyMcCartney James McCartney may also refer to: James R. McCartney (1920–2011), American politician James Paul McCartney
May 26th 2017

List of Paul McCartney concert tours
Paul McCartney has participated in a number of concert tours across several eras of his musical career Main article: List of the Beatles' live performances
Apr 4th 2017

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