Published On: Sat, Sep 23rd, 2017

Paul Mccartney Net Worth; How Much Money Does Paul Mccartney Have?

Paul Mccartney Net Worth in 2018: $1.28 billion

Paul McCartney is well known as one of the best bass guitarist as well as rock singers in the world, he is also a song writer, producer and multi-instrumentalist while his total net worth according to different sources is $1.28 billion.

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The one of the best English singers, Sir James Paul McCartney was born in Liverpool, England to Mary Patricia and James McCartney on 18 June 1942; his father was a firefighter in world war II.

he faced a lot of depressing things in early days as his mother dead when Paul was only fourteen years old, his father was a well known pianist and he learned early lessons from his father while now he is the billionaire.

He started his career at the age of 15, at the St Peter’s Church Hall fête in Woolton, he met Lennon while later he joined the Quarrymen band, they sang many rock songs together.

Through their performance they had got the local fame and in 1961, Paul decided to join the ‘The Beatles’ where he became their Bass guitarist and this was the cause of his world popularity.

He has released many albums while according to an estimates he succeed to sold the albums over 100 million dollars.

He has written many pop music songs which created history like Yesterday single which has the record in America to play seven million times on television and Radio shows.

According to an estimate, till now he has released about twenty-two studio pop albums with five classical albums.

He has appeared in many movies as well as in several television series, Paul has got numerous awards like Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards, NME awards, Classical Brit Awards, Academy Awards, Grammy Awards, MTV Video Music Awards, BRIT Awards and many others.

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