‘The Early Show’ featured a special one-on-one interview with Sir Paul McCartney. The former Beatle is a Kennedy Center Honoree, and he talked candidly with Jeff Glor about those formative years of his life and career.
Fifty years later in his ongoing successful and influential career, McCartney says he still loves performing Beatles music. “A lot of it’s to do with the fact that the people love it,” he explained. “When I’m singing the songs, I can sometimes go back in my mind into the studio, and I can be there with John, George and Ringo. We could be making the record.”
Of their early fame, McCartney explained that the group had a bit of strategy behind how they would first come to the states. “We had said to our manager, we’re not going to America until we’ve got a number one record there,” he said.
(Source: TVSquad.com and CBS-TV)