@moggy I’m not quite sure I get it. Is that Mr. Bean on the right?
It is Mr Bean. But the joke is that the band Oasis copied the Beatles.
P.S. I'm referring to radio in the U.S., would be curious to know what it's like elsewhere.
I'm in the UK but don't listen to the radio very often. But if I'm driving and have a classic rock station on, it's very rare to hear any solo McCartney. I'm not sure if I ever have actually.
They will play some Wings, but seem to stick to either Band on the Run or Live and Let Die.
Our classic rock radio seems to think classic rock means things like Nickleback though, so the UK probably isn't a great example.
It's weird. I kind of hate the idea of AI masquerading as our favourite singers, but am also fascinated by it.
As the technology gets better and gets combined with things like holograms, we could (not that any of the estates would allow it) in the near future see "The Beatles" performing again. It's totally wrong. But I'd be a liar if I said I wouldn't be curious.
For non-UK people, the Big Breakfast was an anarchic morning show that was massively popular in the 1990s/early 00's.
Paul was in a great mood here, I guess he really likes talking about sheds.
Hopefully this link works, I'm still new to how this forum works!
To my shame, I've only seen Paul live once and that was only for two songs, at last year's Taylor Hawkins tribute concert. But it was the only time he's performed Oh Darling live, so I did get to see him perform a rare song.
this is probably fake (spelling mistakes !) but hopefully a grain of truth in there somewhere (rumours been going around all week about an upcoming tour !)
I hope it isn't true. I hate the thought that Paul might be doing his last ever tour, even if I know he's getting to the age where he'll have to retire.