how many times has paul mccartney been on the cover of rolling stone?

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Answered: Has Paul McCartney ever written a book?

Paul co wrote a children's book as well as writing a book of poetry " Blackbird Singing " .

Answered: Why was paul mccartney with warren buffet?

It might have been because they're both gigazillionaires. Perhaps they both belong to the same club?

Answered: True Blood on the Cover of Rolling Stone

I want to suck your blood

Answered: How much is a Gibson les paul custom worth?

Get an independent appraisal. Second opinion will confirm.

Answered: Is Paul McCartney dead?

He's alive and kicking. The hoax about his death in a 1966 car crash and his replacement as a member of The Beatles by a double is, in my humble opinion, the greatest "conspiracy theory" in modern music. So much has been said about it in the past 40 years, and I think it would be best to send you to ...
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Who has covered "Far Away Eyes" by the Rolling Stones?

Brilliant! That was it, thank you.

Is the real Paul McCartney still alive?

Well considering he does not wear his shoes very often, I think he is dead. Having said that, he writes not bad songs, so that is a point to the Paul is alive camp. And then I just wonder, what is it all about? Who is William Campbell and his Pepperpots? Why did the Beatles stop touring and why did ...

Paul McCartney Heart Surgery

Here is some updated news for you about Paul. It sounds like he's going to be fine, and that this wasn't a very serious procedure. Don't worry... I don't think we'll be hearing of any dying rumors this time around.

Cutting the stones (opal)

Opals aren't cut, they're ground and polished. But yes, if there is someone in your area that cuts, grinds and polished gemstones, you can certainly pay them to prepare the opals. If there's a good rock shop in your area, ask them to recommend someone. Or they may provide that service themselves.