Paul McCartney

Paul McCartney

Current Nominations

2013 - 56th Annual GRAMMY Awards

Winner

Best Music Film

Live Kisses

Winner

Best Rock Song

Cut Me Some Slack

Past GRAMMY Awards

2012 - 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album

Winner

Kisses On The Bottom

2011 - 54th Annual GRAMMY Awards

Best Historical Album

Winner

Band On The Run (Paul McCartney Archive Collection - Deluxe Edition)

2010 - 53rd Annual GRAMMY Awards

Best Solo Rock Vocal Performance

Winner

Helter Skelter

1996 - 39th Annual GRAMMY Awards

Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal

Winner

Free As A Bird

Best Music Video, Long Form

Winner

The Beatles Anthology

Best Music Video, Short Form

Winner

Free As A Bird

1979 - 22nd Annual GRAMMY Awards

Best Rock Instrumental Performance

Winner

Rockestra Theme

1974 - 17th Annual GRAMMY Awards

Best Pop Vocal Performance By A Duo, Group Or Chorus

Winner

Band On The Run

1971 - 14th Annual GRAMMY Awards

Best Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s)

Winner

Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey

1970 - 13th Annual GRAMMY Awards

Best Original Score Written For A Motion Picture Or A Television Special

Winner

Let It Be

1967 - 10th Annual GRAMMY Awards

Album Of The Year

Winner

Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

Best Contemporary Album

Winner

Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

1966 - 9th Annual GRAMMY Awards

Song Of The Year

Winner

Michelle

Best Contemporary (R&R) Solo Vocal Performance - Male Or Female

Winner

Eleanor Rigby

1964 - 7th Annual GRAMMY Awards

Best New Artist Of 1964

Winner

Best Performance By A Vocal Group

Winner

A Hard Day's Night

Sir Paul McCartney is many things. He's a Beatle. An artist. A musician. A singer. A songwriter. A producer. A collaborator. A philanthropist.

Appropriately, McCartney's mantle has been crowded by numerous awards over the years, with highlights including 16 GRAMMY Awards and a Recording Academy Trustees Award (1972), Lifetime Achievement Award (1990) and President's Award (2004). His name is inscribed on 16 recordings that have been inducted into the prestigious GRAMMY Hall Of Fame. In 2012 he was feted as the MusiCares Person of the Year, an honor celebrating his musical accomplishments and philanthropic endeavors.

As for those musical accomplishments, they have "touched billions of lives" according to President Barack Obama. From his historic output as a member of the Beatles, including gems such as "Michelle," "Hey Jude" and "Yesterday"; to his classic material with Wings, including such hits as "Band On The Run," "Live And Let Die" and "Maybe I'm Amazed"; and more recent efforts such as the one-man project Chaos And Creation In The Backyard (2005) and the GRAMMY-winning Kisses On The Bottom (2012), McCartney is also an indisputable musical institution.

Today, McCartney remains a top concert draw, with his set featuring not only Beatles favorites but selections spanning his entire career. In 2012 he played just 16 concerts worldwide, with gross revenue totaling a robust $56.9 million. McCartney has added to his GRAMMY legacy by participating in several memorable GRAMMY telecast performances through the years. At the 54th Annual GRAMMY Awards, he was joined by guests Dave Grohl, Bruce Springsteen and Joe Walsh for a special closing performance of the side two medley from the Beatles' Abbey Road.

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