Paul McCartney Quiz – Are you a Superfan?

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Do you want to test your knowledge with this amazing Paul McCartney Quiz? Here you’ll find questions which should test how much of a McCartney fan you really are!

Sir Paul McCartney is obviously best known as the bass guitarist and singer for the rock band the Beatles, who are widely considered the most popular and influential group in the history of popular music. He is also celebrated for his prolific songwriting partnership with John Lennon, which to this day remains the most successful in history.

McCartney has also released a huge catalogue of songs as a solo artist, he has also taken part in projects to promote charities related to animal rights, vegetarianism and poverty.


Paul McCartney Quiz

So how much do you know about Paul? Test your knowledge today!

When was Paul McCartney Born?
What was Paul's Mother Called?
What was Paul's Father Called?
What's Paul's Brother Called?
What was the first song Paul wrote?
On what Date did Paul meet John Lennon?
Where did Paul and John Meet?
What was the only A-Level Exam Paul Passed at age 19?
Who was the Beatles Manager?
What are Paul's Children Called?
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Paul McCartney Facts and Trivia

His song “Yesterday, has been covered by over 2,200 artists, more than any other song ever.

His songs have spent over 1,600 weeks on the UK singles chart.

He supports Everton Football Club

There is an asteroid, 4148 McCartney, named in his honour.

He left The Beatles on April 20, 1970, after arguments stemming from the composition of their famous last album, Abbey Road.

After the break-up, he released his first solo album, McCartney in 1970.

He and the other members of The Beatles, were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, in 1988.

He was awarded an Honorary Fellowship, to the Royal College of Music by Prince Charles in 1995.

He was knighted by Queen Elizabeth, in March 1997.

Paul was made an honorary detective by NY Police, for the benefit concert he gave for September 11th victims in April 2002.

Paul wrote “Hey Jude for Julian Lennon, after his father John’s divorce from Cynthia. The original title was “Hey Julian.

Paul’s nickname “Macca, came from John Lennon, and is a take on the shortened British pronunciation of McCartney.