Rolling Stone reports that Paul McCartney, who has been traversing the U.S. for the last couple of months on his Out There Tour, has been working on his follow-up to 2012′s Kisses On The Bottom with a cadre of guests.
Taking the stage just after 7 p.m., McCartney launched into a nearly 3-hour set heavy on hits from the Beatles and McCartney’s ’70s band Wings, like a pyrotechnics-packed rendition of “Live and Let Die.”
“I’ve got a feeling you want to keep rockin’! So be it: let us rock!” This was seventy-something year old Paul McCartney addressing his audience at Brookyn’s Barclays Center two hours into a concert .
Paul McCartney already announced 12-dates on his stadium tour across the United States and now he’ll be making another stop.
Paul McCartney is gearing up for a busy 2013 with the re-release of his post-Beatles band Wings’ live album, Wings Over America, on May 28 and a world tour this summer.
Paul McCartney has added an outdoor concert in Washington D.C., as well as three other dates, for his 2013 Out There world tour.
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