The Beatles are still being listened to all these years later, even though they first started making music in 1960 but ultimately ended the band in 1970. Not only did they break up, but two of the four members have passed away since then – John Lennon and George Harrison.
However, Paul McCartney is still alive and kicking and continues to make music to this day and capture the hearts of music lovers everywhere. A new docuseries consisting of six episodes focusing on the acclaimed singer-songwriter titled 3,2,1, is scheduled to be released on the streaming platform Hulu starting July 16th.
Here is the official synopsis:
“Paul McCartney sits down for a rare, in-depth, one on one with legendary producer Rick Rubin to discuss his groundbreaking work with The Beatles, the emblematic 70s arena-rock of Wings, and his 50 years and counting as a solo artist. In this six-episode series that explores music and creativity in a unique and revelatory manner, join Paul and Rick for an intimate conversation about the songwriting, influences, and personal relationships that informed the iconic songs that have served as the soundtracks of our lives.”
The series is produced by Emmy® Award-winning Zachary Heinzerling and executive produced by McCartney, Rubin, Scott Rodger, Peter Berg, Matthew Goldberg, Brandon Carroll, Jeff Pollack, Frank Marshall, and Ryan Suffern with Leila Mattimore serving as co-executive producer.
There is also a brand new trailer released for the series which can be seen below, as well as a set of new photos:
Hulu will stream all six episodes of 3,2,1, on July 16th.