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People are always sounding the alarm about the demise of radio, but according to one member of the Rock 'N Roll Hall of Fame, and one of the most famous musicians ever, 'turning the knob on the radio' is how he listens to new music. This guy has sold almost a billion records, so we're taking his word for it.

Sir Paul McCartney was on CBS's '60 Minutes' on Sunday night, and gave a very telling answer about how he listens to music. And just to be clear, he said it's not satellite radio, but good ole FM radio. Don't look so shocked, Sharyn Alfonsi, and thank you, Sir Paul.

McCartney's first album in 36 years, 'Egypt Station', debuted at #1 on the Billboard Music chart when it was released in September, 2018. Watch the interview below.


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