Paul McCartney Nearly Killed By Famous Actor


The Beatles icon Paul McCartney had Aston Martin years ago, and actor Patrick Stewart revealed he was poorly driving the car when he was a 24-year-old with Paul in the passenger’s seat, and he feared he was going to kill him with his reckless driving. Paul McCartney ripped some of his ‘stupid’ releases earlier this week.

“We drove from Bristol to Bath and back. And all the way Paul kept saying, ‘Come on put your foot down, overtake, overtake.’ And all I could think was, ‘If I killed Paul McCartney …'”

He also said via Evening Standard, “I saw Paul and Ringo about six weeks ago, just by accident, by chance in a restaurant. And it is always whenever I meet Paul as though no time has passed at all. He has an immediacy of behavior, a spontaneous way of behaving which is remarkable.”

Ozzy Osbourne recently revealed what Paul McCartney did to his wife. The Beatles reissued Abbey Road for its 50th anniversary, and fans have their favorite parts of the new release. TemplehofSteve wrote on Reddit, “Paul’s demo of Goodbye is my favorite part of the new release. I know he wrote it for someone else originally, but this is the first time I’ve heard this song. Paul songs in this style are my absolute favorites – Mother Nature’s Son, I Will, Junk, etc. No one can write songs that are so effortlessly beautiful and feel-good, and I’m glad to have another! Does anyone else have an understated favorite on this release?”

Rocket_Admin_Patrick responded, “If someone combined the Trident Session version of I Want You (She’s So Heavy) with some of the missing overdubs in the final track, I would easily enjoy it more than the final version. Goodbye is great but I had already heard that plenty of times on bootlegs so it wasn’t too much of a surprise.

My current pick for understated favorite is Old Brown Shoe take 2. My issue with that song was always the mixing and production on the song and take 2 fixes most of those issues. For once, George doesn’t sound like he’s singing into a phone from across the room which is nice.” Paul McCartney savagely called out Elvis Presley a few days ago.