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Paul McCartney listens to classic ’50s rock ‘n’ roll hits while exercising in his home gym  | Daily Mail Online

Sir Paul McCartney has revealed his playlist for keeping fit

If he over-indulged this Christmas, Sir Paul McCartney knows he can work it out.

The ex-Beatle has revealed his playlist for keeping fit – a ‘great little selection of old rock ‘n’ roll’ on a jukebox in his gym.

Asked what he listens to while he is working out, Sir Paul revealed: ‘I happened to have a great old jukebox that Capitol records gave to each of the Beatles years ago, and it happens to be in the gym area.

‘I listen to all these old records, rock ‘n’ roll music by Chuck Berry, Somethin’ Else by Eddie Cochran, Tutti Frutti by Little Richard – it’s endless. 

I really love it!’ He revealed that he even used to put coins in to select his favourite tracks before finding the credit switch. 

‘Now they’re all free to play,’ he said. ‘So yeah, I’ve been really enjoying that a lot recently.’

The 77-year-old will need to be in good shape this year as he headlines Glastonbury (pictured) in June

The 77-year-old will need to be in good shape this year as he headlines Glastonbury in June. Last month he revealed he would prepare by playing ten concerts ‘to get up to speed’. 

‘You don’t get an athlete coming into the Olympics not having done a few races beforehand,’ he told Radio 4.

Paul McCartney listens to classic ’50s rock ‘n’ roll hits while exercising in his home gym 

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