Sir Paul McCartney Spins a Few Elvis Tracks

To celebrate the 40th birthday of BBC Radio One, Paul McCartney will be a guest DJ and playing the music that inspired him to be a singer. He has promised to spin a few Elvis tracks as well as other artists that include Chuck Berry and Jerry Lee Lewis as well as playing a his own records by the Beatles.
Source: Elvis UK On-line / Updated: Sep 6, 2007 
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Gan (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 26, 2007report abuse
I totally agree with Dark-Horse and Aaron Spicer. Sir Paul is certainly a decent and huge Elvis Fan and another most successful entertainer in the world. Like our King, he deserves all respects.
Aaron Spicer (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 19, 2007report abuse
Don't criticize the great Sir Paul. He has always championed Elvis and is never ashamed to say it. He was there in the 1950's when Elvis was having a huge influence on the nascent Beatles. Don't be an armchair nerd-respect genius. Elvis and Sir. Paul.
lisarose (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 13, 2007report abuse
Sir refers to the fact that he was knighted by the Queen. Nothing more than that
mature_elvis_fan75 (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 10, 2007report abuse
Nothing against him personally,but whats the sir mean? kinda like the king when they refer to Elvis!
Steve V (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 7, 2007report abuse
Paul has always made a point of saying he was a big fan of Elvis. Its folks like him that give Elvis the respect he deserves and distracts all the tacky media news that make Elvis and his fans look less than stellar. I only hope more high profile musicians would do as Paul does. Good for him!
Jerome (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 7, 2007report abuse
anyway, he deserves a lot of respect with his music..
My boy, my boy (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 7, 2007report abuse
No, I think Jerome is not too harsh by being a little sarcastic. I personnally don't get the second wife Paul not at all...Paul didn't need to sort of shoot himself in the foot like he did...I wonder how the web was woven in the first place !...:P
Dark-Horse (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 6, 2007report abuse
Jerome... a little respect...!!!, he's a fan and a person like you... and is very great than Sir Paul, somebody bigger in the music history, remember and loves the ELVIS "The King" like us...
Jerome (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 6, 2007report abuse
I guess he'll have a preference for 'My baby left me', 'Seperate ways', or 'It's over'..

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