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Topic - Andrew Ralph
Former Beatle Paul McCartney, known in his early days for the earsplitting volume of his Little Richard covers, got in trouble with noise enforcement officers who visited his London home early Monday morning after neighbors complained about the loud music coming from his late-night wedding party.
McCartney's neighbors in the affluent St. John's Wood neighborhood, which also includes the Abbey Road studios where the Beatles recorded their classic albums, were complaining about recorded music, not McCartney's own performance, which included an emotional new ballad he wrote for his 51-year-old bride.
"Officers visited and the volume was reduced on request," said Andrew Ralph, head of noise and licensing at Westminster City Council. "No further action is being taken."