Paul McCartney has played his last concert at the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Concert and will close the London 2012 opening ceremony.
English musician Paul McCartney has performed last time on the stage during the diamond jubilee concert at Buckingham Palace and now is concentrated of continued his success. English singer also prepares to celebrate his 70th birthday in a few days, but he said he wants only a small cameral acceptance.
Especially for this occasion Paul Weller – the English singer and writer who has been inspirated by Paul McCartney’s songs, has recorded already a version of the Beatles song ‘ Birthday ‘ as a obeisance to English musician Sir Paul McCartney. But original version of the track will only be attainable on McCartney’s birthday. It will be Paul Weller’s birthday honour to Paul McCartney.
Ex-Beatle Sir Paul McCartney will continue world’s career as Singer Star
Since the great outburst of 1960s nostalgia that erupted during the mid-90s music era, Sir Paul McCartney has been raised to a place even higher and more popular than an English rock band the Rolling Stones and an American singer Bob Dylan. With his three companions John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr was happy to put out infallibly extraordinary albums, it is English musician Paul McCartney who almost single-handedly signifies the Beatles, and all the magic his fans still associate with them.
Paul McCartney’s an upcoming tribute album is expected in June this year to converge with his 70th birthday. On fourth June 2012 English musician McCartney has closed the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Concert in England and official confirmed that he will performing at the opening ceremony of the Summer Olimpic Games in London next month.