One of Liverpool’s central streets has been renamed in honor of Paul McCartney’s 80th anniversary.

Matthew Street, one of the central streets of the city in Liverpool, was renamed in honor of the 80-year-old rock musician The Beatles, Sir Paul McCartney – McCartney Street. Liverpool Echo.

So the local authorities decided to celebrate the anniversary of the famous artist born in Liverpool. Matthew Street was home to the Cavern Club, where The Beatles performed almost 300 times between 1961 and 1963, and it was from this venue that the band’s path to worldwide fame began.

In addition to the street, the popular bingo hall Mecca (“Mecca”) was renamed and became Macca (“Macca”), after the well-known nickname of the bass player The Beatles. It is 5 miles from Fortlin Road, where McCartney spent his youth.

Lucy Coy, Venue Manager, said: “Sir Paul is a national treasure, so we are delighted to celebrate this special date and change our name to honor him.”

Earlier, during a concert at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, USA, Sir Paul McCartney supported his friend Hollywood actor Johnny Depp in the background of his trial with his ex-wife Amber Heard.



Source: Gazeta

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