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Asked in Arizona, Tucson, The Beatles, Paul McCartney
Is there a road named after paul McCartney in tucson Arizona?
To answer the original question, there is a McCartney Road south of Phoenix, outside of Casa Grande. Its name has no bearing on Paul McCartney. So the answer is No. Yes! McCartney owns this property in Tucson, Arizona: 14101 E Redington Rd Tucson, AZ 85749. Linda died there, in fact. I've read he keeps it as a memorial for the family ...
Asked in Music Genres
How much is paul McCartney's bass guitar worth?
Because of how incredibly famous Paul McCartney is, if he were to sell his bass, he would likely sell it in an auction, most likely to raise money for a charity. The auction would easily reach tens of thousands, possibly getting to over a hundred thousand or more. Paul McCartney replica basses can be bought for around $2000, although the quality is sadly very low for the price. The fact that it's a Paul McCartney replica bass makes it nearly ten times...
Asked in Paul McCartney
Why did people think Paul McCartney was dead?
No, it wasn't their idea. Paul wore sandals the day of the shoot, and it was hot, so he some how thought it would help to take them off for the picture. He says he doesn't know how the rumor was started. People thought that Paul McCartney had died because on the album cover of abbey road album Paul had his cigarette in a different hand than he usually does I'm not even kidding the whole rumour started because someone noticed it. The...
Asked in Music Genres
What is the Paul is Dead nonsense about?
People thought that Paul McCartney had died because on the album cover of abbey road album Paul had his cigarette in a different hand than he usually does I'm not even kidding the whole rumour started because someone noticed it. The fact is that Paul had his cigarette in that hand so that it could be seen in the photo (marketing reasons). ...
Asked in American Revolution
Who rode through the town shouting The British are coming The British are coming?
The phrase, "The British are Coming" is associated with Paul Revere during his Midnight ride. He did not, however, ever say this phrase, due to the fact that many colonists were British themselves and that secrecy was of utmost importance. He did in fact, say "the regulars are coming". The phrase was later attributed to him. ...
Asked in Politics and Government
Who is Joel Gilbert?
Joel Gilbert has a film out called "Dreams from My Real Father" that exposes Obama's secret plan to overthrow the US government and replace it with a communist regime. Gilbert's previous film exposed the fact that Paul McCartney died in 1966 and the guy who says he is Paul is an impostor! ...
Asked in American Revolution, Paul Revere
Who warned the people that the British are coming?
In most history classes you'll hear it was Paul Revear. In fact, there were many who road out to warn the populace that the British were coming. Another person who road out was Israel Bissle. ...
Asked in The Beatles, Guitars, Bass Guitar, Paul McCartney
What kind of bass guitar does Paul McCartney play?
Paul McCartney is mostly associated with a Hofner semi-acoustic bass which he played through most of his Beatles career and continues to play to this day. It is, in fact, the same guitar and has the play list for the Beatles last concert taped to it. He picked this guitar as it was fairly easy to convert for left-handed use. In the studio, Paul also uses Fender and Rickenbaker bass guitars and an upright bass which was once owned by Elvis Presley's bass...
Was Paul Revere a trouble maker?
This is history. So we have facts, not assumptions or opinions. I think you should stick to the fact that Paul Revere was the man who rode A LOT of miles to warn many town's people that the, "British are coming! The British are coming!" I really don't think it is important to know if he was a trouble maker. That's what Paul Revere was famous for, and that's what you should be knowing. ...
Asked in The Beatles, Bass Guitar, Paul McCartney
Who taught Paul McCartney to play bass?
Paul taught himself how to play. This task was made even harder by the fact that he was left handed and not only had to teach himself to play, but figure out he had to take the strings of and switch them to accommodate this. Never had one lesson and became an inspiration for all bass players since. Hope this helps! ...