This is how the ex-Beatle judges the Rolling Stones
Ex-Beatle Paul McCartney has now found clear words for his former band rivals the Rolling Stones in an interview.
Paul McCartney (79) has in an interview with the US magazine “The New Yorker” against the Rolling Stones around Mick Jagger (78): “I’m not sure if I should say that, but they are a blues cover band, something like that the Stones are. I think our range was one others, “he clarifies. The former The Beatles member points to the old rivalry that has accompanied the two British bands since the 1960s and their existence.
Paul McCartney: “I did not initiate the separation”
The ex-Beatle recently caused a stir. As reported by various media, McCartney is said to name John Lennon (1940-1980) as the initiator of the Beatles’ split in an interview to be broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on October 24th. “I did not initiate the separation. That was our Johnny,” McCartney said in the interview. “John came in one day and said, ‘I’m leaving the Beatles’. Does that sound like a breakup trigger or not?” Since Paul McCartney made the end of the band public in an interview on April 10, 1970, he was considered the scapegoat for the breakup.
A documentary will soon look back on the band’s glory days: at the end of November, the Disney + series called “The Beatles: Get Back” by director Peter Jackson (59, “Lord of the Rings) will be shown. A total of more than six hours of unreleased material will be shown Images, including the last live performance of the Beatles in its entirety.
The Stones, however, are still present on stage. Last month they started their “No Filter” tour. At the beginning of August it was announced that Charlie Watts (1941-2021) would not take part. The music legend died only a little later. Steve Jordan (64) has taken his place on drums.