Three Paul McCartney Albums To Be Released Together For The First Time

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Sir Paul McCartney’s three solo albums are to be released together for the first time.

Arriving in August, the three albums ‘McCartney I’, McCartney II’, and ‘McCartney III’ will be available as a limited boxset. You can also pre order these albums here.

These formats also include limited edition, coloured format, and CD. Each edition will also include three special photo prints with notes from McCartney about each record.

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Paul McCartney Wraps Up ‘Got Back’ Tour

Earlier this week, Paul McCartney wrapped up his ‘Got Back’ North American Tour in style.

At his final show in New Jersey, the Beatles icon welcomed local musicians Bruce Springsteen and Bon Jovi to the stage.

The singer began this tour back in February, and this final gig saw him rock through a number of Beatles classic tracks, including ‘Can’t Buy Me Love’, ‘Blackbird’, ‘Love Me Do’ and ‘Got Back’. 

The singer also delved into his solo catalogue, ‘Maybe I’m Amazed’ and ‘New’. 

Introducing his first guest, Paul McCartney introduced Bruce Springsteen to the audience after he performed Wings’ track ‘Band On The Run’. 

“I have a special surprise for you”, McCartney told the audience. “There’s a friend of mine. He’s a local boy”. 

After the crowd proceeded with a chrous of “Bruuuce”, McCartney also added, “(laughing) I think you guessed it. I said, ‘You’ve got to come and sing with us.’ Ladies and gentlemen, Bruce Springsteen!”.

Springsteen went on to join forces with McCartney to sing ‘I Wanna Be Your Man’, and ‘Glory Days’.

McCartney also introduced another local star in the form of Bon Jovi.

“I’ve got 60,000 people who want to sing happy birthday to you”, Bon Jovi told the audience. He was of course referring to McCartney’s 80th birthday, which was marked on June 18.

The crowd also wished McCartney a happy birthday. Check that out and Nova’s report for more here.