Paul McCartney Makes ‘Embarrassing’ Neil Young Claim

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The legendary co-founder of the Beatles, Paul McCartney recently gave an interview to Penguin Books and the Penguin Books’ podcast, The Penguin Podcast about McCartney’s latest children book “Hey Grandude”. Paul McCartney family reveals sad cancer surgery details.

Paul McCartney awful onstage health scare claim leaks. Here, McCartney discusses what famous person has ever made him awe-stricken as well as playing ‘Desert Trip’ in 2016 with Neil Young, affectionately known as ‘Oldchella’ as it was taking place on the same grounds as Coachella was – at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California. Alternative Nation transcribed his comments below.

Interviewer: Have you ever been in a situation where you’ve approached someone that you’ve been in awe of?

Paul McCartney: Yeah, there’s one or two people who I would be quite nervous about. Bob Dylan would make me go: “Oh my God, what am I gonna say?” I did see him, we did Coachella which was Oldchella because it was like, [The Rolling] Stones, us, Neil Young and Bob Dylan. It was older acts but it was great. I got to talk to Bob there and he was really nice. I don’t know why I would of been nervous but you get that with some people. It is a funny thing actually when you think about it – “what do you have to do to get secure in yourself.” I would have thought that I would have done enough now to just go: “I’m cool, I don’t need to be nervous about anyone. It’s a human condition, I think.”

In other news regarding Paul McCartney, fans of Sir Paul recently took to social media to discuss and review his aforementioned new children’s book, ‘Hey Granddude.’. One reader said: “This is a delightful book. For us Beatles fans it’s a great reminder of the great songs and lyrics that Paul gave us. For the kids, it’s a marvelous adventure with Grandude and his magic compass! Great fun!

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