Britt Collins | Paul McCartney cover story, Voyager
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Paul McCartney cover story, Voyager

Paul McCartney cover story, Voyager

ROCK STARS DON’T COME MORE FAMOUS than Paul McCartney. Days before our interview, I dreamt that I had to go to some desolate spot on the North Sea to meet him. It has been a long journey: this summer there was talk of meeting on the road in Nashville or Philadelphia where he was touring. Always between planes and appointments, the 68-year-old superstar has been busy: after finishing a sell-out world tour, he went to the White House to receive the Gershwin Award for popular music, addressed the European Parliament in Brussels, campaigned for animal rights and climate change and wrote a song for Robert De Niro’s recent film, Everybody’s Fine.

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