Sir Paul McCartney once called fans fish and chips after Liverpool concert

Sir Paul McCartney has already offered fish and chips to fans after his late arrival at an intimate concert in Liverpool.

The musician, 79, with a career spanning more than 60 years, is said to have offered fans free hot food and drinks after arriving late for a small show at the O2 Academy Liverpool in December 2010 following his tour global.

According to Liverpool Echo, Paul and his band were delayed on their trip from London for the intimate concert, where 1,200 tickets sold in just six seconds, and ticketless fans waited outside to spot Paul.

Sgt (salt and) pepper! Sir Paul McCartney has already treated fans to fish and chips after his late arrival at an intimate concert in Liverpool (pictured in 2018)

Due to the delay and cold weather fan line in December, Paul reportedly treated people outside without tickets and concert goers for free fish and chips and hot drinks in a hamburger van near.

The report comes as the Beatles legend made an appearance in a trailer for Mark Ronson’s new Apple TV + documentary, Watch the Sound, due for release on July 30, which explores the stories behind the music and music. sound creation.

Mark, 45, took to Twitter to post a clip from the upcoming show which he captioned: “THIS IS ONE OF MY MOST PROUD ACHIEVEMENTS.

Cameo: It comes as the Beatles legend, 79, made an appearance in a trailer for Mark Ronson's new Apple TV + documentary, Watch the Sound, due for release on July 30, which explores the stories behind music and sound creation

Cameo: It comes as the Beatles legend, 79, made an appearance in a trailer for Mark Ronson’s new Apple TV + documentary, Watch the Sound, due for release on July 30, which explores the stories behind music and sound creation

“I went to talk to some of the greatest legends and exciting pioneers to find out how they made the sounds and songs that changed the course of music.

“From McCartney to Charli to Preemo, some of my favorite people here reveal the magic behind the craft. It is also such a moving journey. I am so excited to share this. #WatchTheSound premieres July 30 on Apple TV +. ‘

In the trailer, Mark asks Paul, “Where did you actually taste seagulls? Which seemed to refer to the 1966 Beatles hit, Tomorrow Never Knows.

Live And Let Fry: In Paul's career, which spanned more than 60 years, he once gave fans free hot food and drinks after arriving late for an intimate concert at the O2 Academy Liverpool in December 2010 after his world tour (pictured in 2019)

Live And Let Fry: In Paul’s career, which spanned more than 60 years, he once gave fans free hot food and drinks after arriving late for an intimate concert at the O2 Academy Liverpool in December 2010 after his world tour (pictured in 2019)

To which Paul jokes: “I think it’s just me, pure genius Mark” with the producer responding, “Pure genius, I meant.”

Another part of the trailer sees Paul in a recording studio with Mark as he strums on a guitar.

Other musicians featured in the documentary include Andy Taylor of Duran Duran, Dave Grohl of Foo Fighters and Charli XCX – to name a few.

Paul released his last album McCartney III in December, having written and recorded it during the lockdown.

Music Secrets: This comes as the Beatles legend made an appearance in a trailer for Mark Ronson's new Apple TV + documentary, Watch the Sound, set for release on July 30

Music Secrets: This comes as the Beatles legend made an appearance in a trailer for Mark Ronson’s new Apple TV + documentary, Watch the Sound, set for release on July 30

Hit: In the trailer, Mark asks Paul,

Hit: In the trailer, Mark asks Paul, “Where did you actually taste the seagulls?” Which seemed to refer to the 1966 Beatles hit, Tomorrow Never Knows (pictured in 1963)

In a conversation on the BBC with actor Idris Elba, the crooner admitted that he “didn’t realize” what he was creating when he did.

He said: ‘[In] lockdown, everyone cleaned out their cupboards and did whatever they set out to do. Then [making an album] was my equivalent.

“I wasn’t trying to make an album. So all of a sudden I had these 10 songs, I was like, “What am I going to do with this? It was just the 10th because I didn’t know I was making an album.

Such a talent: Another part of the trailer sees Paul in a recording studio with Mark as he strums on a guitar

Such a talent: Another part of the trailer sees Paul in a recording studio with Mark as he strums on a guitar

Exciting things: Mark, 45, took to Twitter to post a clip from the upcoming show which he captioned:

Exciting things: Mark, 45, took to Twitter to post a clip from the upcoming show which he captioned: “THIS IS ONE OF MY MOST PROUD ACHIEVEMENTS.”

Paul went on to explain why he named his album McCartney III, saying, “I realized, because I played them myself, I had done McCartney I and McCartney II in the same vein, that it would be McCartney III So it was like, ‘OK, I see what I’m doing now.’ ‘

During confinement, Paul remained in the countryside with his daughter Mary and children.

From the experience, he continued: “I was very lucky. I was locked up with my daughter Mary and her family, then I was able to go to the studio to work, it was a very safe place. We were left behind, we were always very careful.

Unbelievable: Paul released his latest album McCartney III in December, having written and recorded it during lockdown (pictured recently)

Unbelievable: Paul released his latest album McCartney III in December, having written and recorded it during lockdown (pictured recently)

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