Of course YOU know who he is, but apparently youngsters on Twitter do not. Kids these days! A trending topic on Twitter one day after the Grammy Awards, Monday, Feb. 13; "Who the hell is Paul McCartney?" Check out a sample of these tweets.
The DSC Show decided one of the best parts of the Grammy's was the stellar ending when Paul McCartney was joined on stage by rock Gods: Bruce Springsteen, Joe Walsh and Dave Grohl. Spinner.com wrote, "The set, which consisted of a seamless blend of 'Golden Slumbers,' 'Carry That Weight' and 'The End,' was an unexpected choice but a fitting end to the awards show."
The brilliant blogger Andrea Reiber inspired this post, when I found out about this travesty on her blog, Zap2it. She wrote, "This is one of those moments when we kind of want to hang our heads in shame and wish that Twitter didn't spit America's cultural ignorance back in our faces quite so overtly. But, there's no denying it -- we've somehow failed as a nation.
How? By allowing enough people to grow to an age old enough to be able to type "Who is Paul McCartney?""
Andrea is refusing to explain who Sir Paul is, but I prefer to help the uninformed. Ever heard of Wings? No? How about The Beatles? Get schooled right here, kids!
The fabulous Stevie Wonder played his harmonica a little before introducing his good friend. I bet the kids don't know him either.
And for you fashionista's ... Paul wore a beautiful,white tux designed by his designer daughter,Stella McCartney.