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Artists have been announced for this weekend's Leeton Country Roundup.
John Battle, Sharon Benjamin, Col Driscoll, Ged & Trudy Hintz, Marie Hodson, Wayne Horsburgh, Tom Maxwell, Paul Mc Cloud, Pete Smith, Anthony Teenace and Rodney Vincent are featured guest artists for the event which runs from tomorrow (Wed) to Sunday.
His songwriting partnership with John Lennon was the most successful of the post-war era.
After the group disbanded in 1970, he pursued a solo career and formed the band Wings with his first wife, Linda, and Denny Laine.
Ringo Starr replaced Best in August, and the band had their first hit, "Love Me Do", in October, becoming popular in the UK in 1963, and in the US a year later.
Later that year, Mc Cartney completed his first musical project apart from the group—a film score for the UK production The Family Way.
The two quickly became friends; Mc Cartney later admitted: "I tended to talk down to him because he was a year younger.""The type of people that I came from, I never saw better! I mean, the Presidents, the Prime Minister, I never met anyone half as nice as some of the people I know from Liverpool who are nothing, who do nothing. He kept an upright piano in the front room, encouraged his sons to be musical and advised Paul to take piano lessons, but Paul preferred to learn by ear.
He gave Paul a nickel-plated trumpet for his fourteenth birthday, but when rock and roll became popular on Radio Luxembourg, Mc Cartney traded it for a £15 Framus Zenith (model 17) acoustic guitar, since he wanted to be able to sing while playing.
Wings' 1977 release "Mull of Kintyre" is one of the all-time best-selling singles in the UK.
A two-time inductee into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (as a member of the Beatles in 1988, and as a solo artist in 1999), and an 18-time Grammy Award winner, Mc Cartney has written, or co-written, 32 songs that have reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100, and as of 2009 he has 25.5 million RIAA-certified units in the United States.
His father, James ("Jim") Mc Cartney, was absent from his son's birth due to his work as a volunteer firefighter during World War II. Though the children were baptised in their mother's Catholic faith, their father was a former Protestant turned agnostic, and religion was not emphasised in the household.