Paul McCartney has been the most prolific ex-Beatle, releasing more than two dozen albums as either a solo artist or with his post-Fab group Wings since his most famous band broke up in 1970. He wasted no time making new music following the split, putting out his self-titled debut – on which he played every single instrument – right around the time their breakup was announced. Over the next decade, he scored six No. 1 albums, including ‘Band on the Run,’ his best work since the Beatles. Since Wings dissolved at the end of the ‘70s, McCartney has released a series of solo records that explore everything from everlasting love to his early rock ‘n’ roll roots to his own nostalgia. He continues to make music and perform live, 50 years after he turned the world on its head with the Beatles.
Paul McCartney to Discuss New 'Lyrics' Book at Livestream Event
Former Beatle will chat about his career and upcoming work.
Paul McCartney Broke Every Rule on 'Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey'
His first solo No. 1 single actually hearkened back to the way he worked toward the end of his time with the Beatles.
See Paul McCartney Watch Paul McCartney in ‘Find My Way’ Video
Co-creation with Beck appears on ‘McCartney III Imagined’ album.
Paul McCartney and Rick Rubin Geek Out Over ‘Penny Lane’
Beatles icon recalls pushing trumpeter into playing beyond instrument’s range in ‘McCartney 3, 2, 1.’
Paul McCartney Won’t Release His ‘Eleanor Rigby’-Style Songs
But he says it’s “fun” to create a character and tell their story to music.
Paul McCartney Reflects on Beatles in 'McCartney 3, 2, 1' Trailer
Rock icon digs into group and solo classics with producer Rick Rubin.
Underrated Paul McCartney: The Most Overlooked Song From Each LP
With a discography stretching across 25 rock albums, there are still plenty of nooks and crannies to explore.
Paul McCartney Gets Richer Because Others Sold Their Catalogs
Annual list from The Sunday Times adds millions to wealth of veteran artists who haven’t cut publishing deals.
When Paul McCartney Took the Ultimate Silly Love Song to No. 1
What's wrong with that? As far as he was concerned – nothing.