[muh-kairt-nee] /məˈkɛərt ni/

(Sir) (James) Paul, born 1942, English singer, songwriter, and bass guitarist for the Beatles.
Sir Paul. born 1942, English rock musician and songwriter; member of the Beatles (1961–70); leader of Wings (1971–81). His recordings include Band on the Run (1973), “Mull of Kintyre” (1977), Flowers in the Dirt (1989), and Driving Rain (2001)
his daughter, Stella. born 1971, British fashion designer.


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