The Funny Story Behind How The Beatles’ ‘Sgt. Pepper’ Album Got Its Name
“I thought he said Sergeant Pepper,” said McCartney. “I went, ‘Oh! Wait a minute, that’s a great idea!’”
After having “a laugh about it,” the 74-year-old musician said he immediately “started thinking about Sergeant Pepper as a character.”
“I thought it would be a very interesting idea for us to assume alter egos for this album we were about to make,” he added.
The rest, as they say, is music history.
Read the full interview on McCartney’s website here.