I personally think that Billy Shears is an alias for Ringo. Remember, Paul created Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band as an alter ego for The Beatles, to try to get a different look on things. At the end of Sgt Pepper/beginning of With a Little Help from my Friends, they sing the name Billy Shears, and then Ringo starts to sing.
However, I also think that John could be Billy Shears. In Ringo's I Am The Greatest, he clearly says 'Yes my name is Billy Shears/You know it has been for so many years'. However, Ringo never wrote this song, John did.
It's Ringo Starr because John wrote the song but He had written this song for Ringo so he says 'Yes my name is Billy Shears'
Billy Shears was a figment of Pauls imagination. It was made up. But in late1967 Jack Goode put a band together called The Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band, and I became Billy Shears in that Band. And I have been ever since. 43yrs.
yes as he said on the Alan carr show that he is married to a man
Billy is 17
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No. Billy Squier is married.
The One and Only Billy Shears - 2014 was released on: USA: 1 February 2014 (Ithaca College)
The plural of Shears is Shears
There were a few pop stars in that movie. Peter Framption played Billy Shears and the Brothers Gibb (aka the BeeGees) were also in it. Robin Gibb played Dave Henderson, Maurice Gibb played Bod Henderson and Barry Gibb played Mark Henderson.In the 1978 Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band film, Billy Shears was played by Peter Frampton. In the original 1967 album, Billy Shears was "portrayed" by Ringo Starr.
The singular form is a pair of shears; the plural form is pairs of shears; the plural possessive is pairs of shears'.
The noun 'shears' is a shortened form for 'a pair of shears'. The plural form is two pairs of shears.
Shears are used to trim flowers and vegetables.
Shears are for cutting fabric.
Albert Shears was born in 1900.
Ernest Shears died in 1917.
Ernest Shears was born in 1849.
Golden Shears was created in 1961.