Paul McCartney

"I was just like, smelling his cologne, and I started like, breathing in the same rhythm as him," the Golden Globe winner told Jimmy Kimmel.
"I’m very thankful – but I’ve also been driven up the wall by it..."
British musician sang on the Moody Blues hit Go Now and co-wrote Mull of Kintyre.
The Beatles' Now And Then has topped the UK charts – and made music history.
Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr unveiled new single Now And Then on Thursday afternoon.
"It's quite emotional and we all play on it, it's a genuine Beatles recording," Sir Paul McCartney said.
The legendary musician called Ono’s presence a “disturbance” and explained why he and the rest of The Beatles bottled up their feelings towards her.
“I did wonder if I was a bit too cheeky after saying this, after all this was The Queen, but I have a feeling she didn’t mind.”