18-6-42, Liverpool. After the Beatles solo:
Wild Life ('71 with The Wings),
Red Rose Speedway ('73 with The Wings),
Band on the Run ('73 with The Wings),
Venus and Mars ('75),
Wing at the Speed of Sound ('76),
Wings over America ('76),
London Town ('78),
With an All Star Rock Band '79 (Back to Egg);
Henk Marvin &
Denny Laine - guitar,
Gary Brooker - keyboards,
John Carr &
Moris Pert - percussion,
John Paul Jones - bass (Led Zepplin),
John Bonham - drums,
Dave Edmunds, among others.
McCartney II ('80),
In '82 Tugs of War with
Eric Stewart (10CC),
Dave Mattacks - drums (Fairport Convenvention a.o.) &
Stevie Wonder, among others.
Pipes of Peace ('83),
Give mine Regards to Broadway ('84) with
Chris Spedding (session for Brian Ferry among many others),
Dave Edmunds - guitar,
Jeff Porcaro (Toto) &
Stuart Elliot - drums (Alan Parsons Project),
Ann Dudley &
Eric Stewart - keyboards and vocals (10cc) among others.
In '86, Press to Play, with;
Hugh Padgham, among others.
CHOBA B CCCP ('88),Flowers in the Dirt ('89);
Elvis Costello, guitar,
Hamish Stuart - keyboards,
Dave Mattacks - drums,
David Rhodes - e-bow-guitar (Peter Gabriel),
and of course Linda & Paul.
Tripping The Live Fantastic ('90)
Paul "Wix" Wickens (plays also in 2002 live with Paul).
Produced by Paul McCartney, Bob Clearmountain & Peter Henderson.
In '97 strong with Flaming Pie, and a small crew;
Steve Miller- guitar,
Linda dies in '98; cancer.
It's time ('99) for rock&roll and with the young guys Run Devil Run;
Ian Paice (Deep Purple) drums,
Mick Green &
David Gilmour -guitar,
Pete Wingfield -keyboards,
Chris Thomas -co-producer (Pretenders, Sex Pistols),
they play in a studio and life.A DVD; Live at the Cavern Club! is released in 2001.
In 2002 a new ceede called Driving Rain with some younger musicians is made.
Alongside Paul in the Back In The U.S. band are:
Brian Ray on guitars,
Abe Laboriel, Jr. on drums and
Paul “Wix” Wickens on keyboards.
Updated December 2005, by Nick.