The Beatles bassist and co-founder of the band, Paul McCartney, made a little-known interview with Brazillian newspaper Estadao and revealed one of the most-asked questions of all time: ‘Who you would choose to his dream group?

As you may already follow his career, Sir James Paul McCartney is one of the most talented musicians of the century and he’s in the rock music scene for almost 55 years. He released eighteen albums as a solo and nineteen albums with the legendary Beatles during his whole career. While he released his latest ever album named ‘McCartney III‘ last year, he also re-released the enhanced version of it as ‘McCartney III Re-Imagined’ on 16 April 2021.

As Paul collaborated with many stars ranging from John Lennon, Ringo Starr, Bruce Springsteen to Kanye West, he was asked to form his supergroup and as you will check out his statements below, from starting to John Bonham, he named many legendary stars.

Here is what he said:

“Bonham was always on my top-five drummer list and a great friend and ballsy drummer. On keyboards… Billy Preston. On guitar… The great Jimi Hendrix. He must have been so into it because normally it might take a day for rehearsal, and then you might wonder whether you’d put it in, but he just opened with it.

It’s a pretty major compliment in anyone’s book. I put that down as one of the great honors of my career. I mean, I’m sure he wouldn’t have thought of it as an honor, I’m sure he thought it was the other way round, but to me, that was like a great boost. Finally, ‘The Immortal’ Elvis Presley.”

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