Can’t Buy Me Love: How Paul McCartney Earned His $1.2 Billion


Money can’t buy me love… but they can buy you this! Paul McCartney is one  the richest entertainers in the world with a stunning net worth of $1.2 billion.

When it comes to how he earned it, well, the easy answer is he’s a Beatle, a member of Wings, and a solo artist with a music catalog (much of which he wrote and composed) that continues to earn royalties to this day. Celebrity net worth  More than 2,200 artists have covered his Beatles song Yesterday, making it one of the most covered songs in popular music history

Paul McCartney have shelled out $ 15.5 million for a butted and well-located triplex penthouse atop a glass-faced post-war building directly from Central Park on New York City’s storied and historically posh Fifth Avenue.

A duplex penthouse at 1045 Fifth Avenue, a bronze-glass apartment building in a neighborhood where limestone and brick prewar co-ops are more than the norm, sold to Paul McCartney and his wife, Nancy Shevell, for $ 15,500,000, and was the most expensive closed sale of the week, according to city records.

McCartney already owns several properties in the US, including a Manhattan townhouse, a Beverly Hills estate, and homes in the Hamptons and Arizona, as well as several homes in the United Kingdom, including a gated residence in London and a farmhouse in East Sussex, Variety reports 


Paul McCartney ‘One on One’ tour was the highest grossing tour of 2017 with the tour earning over $132 million this year.

From the Beatles in the 1960s to today, the now 76-year-old has been wowing audiences for 50+ years. During his 2015-2016 tour, for instance, McCartney pulled in $4 million per city. That’s more than JLo, Beyonce, or Jay-Z, all of whom toured during the same period.

Final 2017 box-office sales totals for Paul McCartney’s One on One tour have been reported during the final days of the year, earning the rock legend the top slot on the weekly roundup of Hot Tours (see below). With $67 million in sold ticket revenue from 15 performances added to the concerts that were already reported earlier in the year, the tour’s overall gross in 2017 rises to $132 million.

Baby you can drive my car! Sir Paul McCartney’s offer by paying £1.3m for a 1964 Aston Martin DB5 the ex-Beatle once owned and made it famous by 007

The iconic, stunning model was owned by Sir Paul at the height of Beatlemania just after he finished filming A Hard Day’s Night.

The car was delivered to McCartney’s drive just a few days after the premiere of Goldfinpaulger where Sean Connery had immortalised the DB5.

Considered one of the most beautiful cars of all time, Sir Paul’s 1964 model has a built-in Philips record player so you can play The Beatles’ hits on your road trip.

It also has the registration ’64 MAC’ after its famous former owner and boabuysts a Motorola radio player.One of the most British cars to ever go up for sale will be auctioned at Bonhams in London, England on Dec. 2. It’s a 1964 Aston Martin DB5 that was purchased new by iconic Beatles frontman Sir Paul McCartney. Incidentally, this particular Aston was also owned by slightly less-iconic Brit Chris Harris, one of the hosts of /DRIVE on NBC Sports.

Consider the fact that he’s been touring since the 1960s. He’s done Live Aid. He played halftime at Super Bowl XXXIX. In 2002, his tour brought in $126 million. His 2010 tour grossed $93 million. In 2014, he earned $71 million on an 80-date tour through 20 countries. In 2016, he earned $56.5 million.


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