‘Red Rose Speedway’ marked the end of the original Wings line-up, but it laid the groundwork for the runaway success of ‘Band On The Run’.
Fan mania greeted Paul's first US tour since the days of The Beatles.
Paul McCartney's band endured all manner of challenges in the making of 'Band On The Run,' making its arrival atop the American chart all the sweeter.
The late-period Wings catalogue in the final part of the 1970s contained such gems as the title song of their 1978 album.
The man that Pete Townshend called his "aide-de-camp" played important roles in The Who and Motörhead as well as in Thunderclap Newman.
The film tells the story of how McCartney and Wings came to meet the fictional impresario Bruce McMouse, with footage from the band's Wings Over Europe tour interspersed with animated scenes.
'Sally G' was directly inspired by Paul's trip to Nashville with his wife Linda and the other members of Wings.
Late in 1971, Paul McCartney returned to a band configuration as Wings released their LP debut.
The two Beatles reunited on an encore version of 'Get Back' that also featured the Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood.
The legendary former Beatle’s 'Freshen Up' performances have been widely lauded for the expansive catalog he is able to play on stage.
The classic albums from 1971 and 1973 are added to McCartney's Grammy-winning reissue programme.
The band were on a hot streak when the second single from 'Venus and Mars' arrived.
Aged just 18, Emerick became the band’s main engineer and was behind the desk for 'Revolver', 'Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band' and 'Abbey Road' and more.
Albums have been recorded in some very weird places, from outer space to underwater, prisons and even a scene of a murder. Here are some of the weirdest.
What dubious honour does Sir Paul's title allow him? This and many other subjects were covered in his podcast conversation with Marc Maron.