@jordmate said in Hey there music lovers!:
This month is packed with exciting news from Sir Paul McCartney's world, and we can't wait to share it with you! First up, the legendary Norwegian DJ and music producer Kygo has remade Paul and Michael Jackson's iconic 1983 hit single 'Say Say Say' and it's out now! This is a fresh take on a classic song, and we're sure you'll love it. So, put on your headphones and give it a listen - you won't regret it!
In addition to this, there was a fantastic tribute concert at Carnegie Hall, where artists including Patti Smith performed in honor of Paul's contributions to music. Paul was over the moon and expressed his gratitude on social media by posting, "Last night's tribute concert made this boy from Liverpool very happy." It's always great to see talented artists come together to celebrate the work of someone as amazing as Paul McCartney.
March 2nd was World Book Day, and Paul shared a message from his characters Grandude, Nandude, and the Chillers on social media. It's fantastic to see Paul's creativity manifesting in different ways, and we can't wait to see what other projects he'll be involved in next.
Speaking of Paul's career, have you ever wondered what the biggest risk he's taken in his long and illustrious career is? Well, we certainly have, and this month's 'You Gave Me The Answer' question from Nati on Twitter got us some answers. We won't spoil it for you - you'll have to check out the interview to find out!
Finally, let's talk about the 'Sticking Out Of My Back Pocket' playlist, which is an absolute must-listen for all McCartney fans. From the early days with The Beatles to Paul's mullet-sporting '70s with Wings, the power ballad bangers of the '80s, or even 2020’s 'Rockdown', this playlist takes us on a journey through the McCartney eras. It's a nostalgic trip down memory lane that you won't want to miss, so head over to Spotify and give it a listen.
That's all for now, folks! Keep rocking and rolling with Paul McCartney, and we'll see you again next month with more exciting news. Bye for now!
@Jordmate Thank you very much for the information. It's good to know. Welcome to Maccaboard.