June 1, 1973 in History
Event:
Paul McCartney and Wings release "Live and Let Die"




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Related Year:
1973

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Paul McCartney History:
March 11, 1997 - Beatle Paul McCartney knighted Sir Paul by the Queen
November 13, 1989 - Paul McCartney releases "Figure of 8" and "Ou Est Le Soleil"
July 17, 1989 - Paul McCartney releases "This One"
June 5, 1989 - Paul McCartney releases "Flowers in the Dirt"
May 8, 1989 - Paul McCartney releases "My Brave Face" and "Ferry Cross the Mersey"
November 16, 1987 - Paul McCartney releases "Once Upon a Long Ago"
December 1, 1986 - Paul McCartney releases "Only Love Remains"
October 27, 1986 - Paul McCartney release "Pretty Little Head"
September 1, 1986 - Paul McCartney releases "Press to Play" album
July 14, 1986 - Paul McCartney releases "Press"
November 18, 1985 - Paul McCartney releases "Spies Like Us"
November 12, 1984 - Paul McCartney releases "We All Stand Together"
October 22, 1984 - Paul McCartney releases "Give My Regards to Broad Street" soundtrack
September 26, 1984 - Berlin appeals court clears Paul McCartney in a paternity suit
September 24, 1984 - Paul McCartney release "No More Lonely Nights"
January 16, 1984 - Paul and Linda McCartney arrested in Barbados for possession of cannabis
October 31, 1983 - Paul McCartney releases "Pipes of Peace" album
October 3, 1983 - Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson release "Say, Say, Say" in the United Kingdom
October 29, 1982 - Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson release "Girl is Mine"
September 6, 1982 - Paul McCartney releases "Tug of War"
June 21, 1982 - Paul McCartney releases "Take it Away"
March 26, 1982 - Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder release "Ebony and Ivory" in the U.K.
February 27, 1981 - Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder record "Ebony and Ivory"
September 15, 1980 - Paul McCartney releases "Temporary Secretary"
June 13, 1980 - Paul McCartney releases "Waterfall"
May 17, 1980 - Paul and Linda McCartney appear on Saturday Night Live
May 16, 1980 - Paul McCartney releases "McCartney II" album
April 11, 1980 - Paul McCartney releases "Coming Up"
January 25, 1980 - Paul McCartney is released from Tokyo jail and deported
January 16, 1980 - Paul McCartney jailed in Tokyo for 10 days on marijuana possession
November 16, 1979 - Paul McCartney releases "Wonderful Christmas"
October 24, 1979 - Guinness Book of Records presents Paul McCartney with a rhodium disc
March 16, 1979 - CBS-TV airs "Wings Over the World" with Paul McCartney
May 27, 1975 - Paul McCartney releases "Venus and Mars"
April 20, 1974 - Paul McCartney releases "Band on the Run"
December 5, 1973 - Paul McCartney releases "Band on the Run" album
April 30, 1973 - Paul McCartney releases "Red Rose Speedway" including "My Love"
March 8, 1973 - Paul and Linda McCartney are fined 100 pounds for growing cannabis
September 20, 1972 - Police find cannabis growing on Paul and Linda McCartney's farm
August 18, 1972 - Police fine Paul and Linda McCartney 800 pounds in Sweden cannabis possession
August 10, 1972 - Paul and Linda McCartney are arrested in Sweden on drug possession
July 9, 1972 - 1st tour of Paul McCartney and Wings, France
May 12, 1972 - Paul McCartney and Wings release "Mary Had a Little Lamb"
February 25, 1972 - Paul McCartney releases "Give Ireland back to the Irish" single
August 13, 1971 - Paul and Linda McCartney release "Back Seat of My Car"
August 3, 1971 - Paul McCartney announces formation of his group Wings
June 9, 1971 - Paul McCartney's album "Ram" goes gold
May 28, 1971 - Paul McCartney releases his 2nd solo album "Ram"
February 19, 1971 - Paul McCartney releases "Another Day" in UK
December 30, 1970 - Paul McCartney sues his bandmates to dissolve the Beatles
April 17, 1970 - Paul McCartney's 1st solo album "McCartney" is released
April 9, 1970 - Paul McCartney announces official split of Beatles
October 22, 1969 - Paul McCartney denies rumors of his death
September 23, 1969 - "Clues Hint at Beatle's Death," reported in Illinois University newspaper, sparking widespread rumours of Paul McCartney's death
April 24, 1969 - Paul McCartney says their is no truth to rumors he is dead
March 12, 1969 - Paul McCartney marries Linda Louise Eastman in London
May 21, 1968 - Paul McCartney and Jane Asher attend an Andy Williams concert
May 15, 1968 - Paul McCartney and John Lennon appear on Johnny Carson Show to promote Apple records, Joe Garagiola is substitute host
December 25, 1967 - Paul McCartney and Jane Asher get engaged
June 19, 1967 - Paul McCartney admits on TV that he took LSD
May 15, 1967 - Paul McCartney meets his future wife Linda Eastman
August 25, 1963 - Paul McCartney is fined 31 pounds and his license is suspended for one year for speeding
June 18, 1942 - Paul McCartney, born in Liverpool, England, rocker, Beatles, writes love songs


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