Paul McCartney Said He Always Had to Be ‘a Bit More’ Than the Other Beatles


In the Beatles, Paul MCCARTNEY, John Lennon, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr had different monikers. In more recent years, McCartney has said that he resented the label he received. He once said that he didn’t mind leaning into stereotypes while in the film A Hard Day’s Nightalthough. There, he was just playing a character, but in real life, he felt that he had to do and be more than his bandmates.

Paul McCartney | Fiona Adams/Redferns

Each of the Beatles had different public images

The hoards of Beatles fans gave each of the musicians a moniker. McCartney became the Cute Beatle, Lennon was the Smart Beatle, Harrison was the Quiet Beatle, and Starr was the Funny Beatle. McCartney eleven spoke about how much he disliked that label.


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