Paul McCartney says no to alcohol before performing


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Published:July 3, 2017 3:20 pm

Paul McCartney’s song “Yesterday” is one of the most covered song of all time. After saying no to alcohol, the music legend says he relies on a handful of chocolate raisins and salted cashew nuts to get him into the zone before going on stage, reports express.co.uk. But before I go on I don’t do that. Then afterward I can get heavy and have a drink. Asked if he enjoys a drink to calm his nerves prior to gigs, McCartney said: “No. Related News
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He says his bandmates do have red wine before shows. His partnership with another Beatles star John Lennon called Lennon-McCartney is considered legendary. I do have little sort of snacky things in the dressing room that I might just grab like chocolate covered raisins and equal amounts of salted cashews.”
Paul McCartney is best known as the former members of The Beatles which are the most popular and most sold band of all time. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
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