The Beatles: Paul McCartney wants to work with Bob Dylan and wishes he could with Elvis

Thursday, January 07, 2021

Last month, Sir Paul McCartney released his new album McCartney III, in which he once again sings and plays all the instruments by himself. During the promotion of the new solo record, the 78-year-old took part in a Reddit AMA and fans were asking The Beatles legend who he wished he could collaborate with. A fan wrote: “Hey Sir Paul! If you could collab[orate] with any musician in the future, who would it be?”

Sir Paul replied: “I've always had a sneaky feeling to collaborate with Bob Dylan, but it's never happened. It's intriguing, but…”

The 78-year-old has always been a big fan of his almost 80-year-old contemporary and has been saying for over a decade he’s like to work with him.

Another fan asked: “Paul, if you could choose one artist from any point in history to make an album with, who would it be?”

He replied: “There's an awful lot of them. John Lennon, he's pretty good.”

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