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Paul McCartney: What’s the net worth of The Beatles’ singer?

Paul McCartney is an English singer, songwriter, musician, record and film producer was born on 18 June 1942, and was raised in Liverpool, England. He rose to fame as co-lead vocalist in the globally famous band, The Beatles. He is a self-taught musician with a profound knowledge of the instruments that include bass, guitars, and drums. He began his career in music in the year 1957 with the band called ‘The Quarryman’, which later evolved into ‘The Beatles’ by the year 1960.

After the break up of the band The Beatles, Paul McCartney started on his solo career in the year 1970, and went on to release his first studio album titled, ‘McCartney’ which peaked to number 1 on the US Charts. McCartney has released 22 pop- studio albums and five classical albums ever since the break up of The Beatles.

He is one of the most successful composers and performers of all times. McCartney has written and co-written 32 songs that have reached number one on Billboard’s Top 100. He has won many awards and honours, and that includes two inductions into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, 18 Grammy Awards, a knighthood for his spectacular service in the field of music.

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What is the net worth of Paul McCartney?

Being the most popular and successful British singer, Paul McCartney’s net worth is estimated to be around $1.2 billion. The net worth that is estimated of him makes Paul McCartney one of the wealthiest musician in the whole world.

During the touring years with The Beatles, and also his solo tours, and Paul earned around $60-80 million. Beside his finances from the music industry, Paul McCartney earn ten millions per year in royalties and from his publishing copyright company, MPL Communications. When it comes to real estate, Paul McCartney owns around $100 millions worth of properties around the globe which definitely makes him one of the richest musician that we have right now.

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