Here’s how you can watch Paul McCartney ‘live’
MANILA, Philippines – Filipino fans may never get to see Paul McCartney play live in Philippines (the former Beatles bassist once said he’d never return following their chaotic Manila visit in the 60s), but they can at least catch him in a live concert on YouTube.
He will, of course, be playing songs from the new album, along with music from his solo catalogue, his post-Beatles band Wings, and of course, Beatles classics.
Paul has been hard at work hyping his new album. In June, he appeared in an unforgettable episode of James Corden’s Carpool Karaoke, bringing the host around his hometown, Liverpool, and bringing viewers around the world to tears as he surprised pub-goers with a mini-concert that ended with the ultimate Beatles anthem, “Hey Jude.”
Paul’s concert will be live streamed from New York on September 8, 8:00 am (PH time). – Rappler.com
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