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Paul McCartney Tour Schedule

Treat yourself with tickets to a Paul McCartney concert this year. Though he's in his 70s, Paul McCartney still tours and plays shows to sold-out crowds throughout the world! Don't miss your chance to see one of the most influential musicians of all time. Check out the Paul McCartney 2017 "One on One" tour schedule, and buy your Paul McCartney concert tickets today!

Paul McCartney is extending his "One on One Tour," adding U.S. dates at venues such as Madison Square Garden in New York and the nearby Prudential Center in New Jersey. Get tickets to see The Beatles member live!

About Paul McCartney

Sir Paul McCartney is one of the most important figures in music history. McCartney met John Lennon in 1957 and joined Lennon's band, which was then known as The Quarrymen. The band eventually evolved into the most famous band in history -- The Beatles. From there, it was all fame and success for McCartney. For a decade, The Beatles churned out hit after hit, many of which McCartney penned. Songs like "Can't Buy Me Love," "Helter Skelter," and "Hello, Goodbye," were all written by McCartney and were major hits all over the globe.

McCartney continued his musical career after The Beatles broke up, forming the Wings with his wife, Linda McCartney, and Denny Laine. The Wings were formed in 1971 but disbanded a decade later in 1981 -- but not after producing hit songs such as "Live and Let Die." Even after the Wings disbanded, McCartney continued to release music as a solo artist.

Paul McCartney Solo Discography

McCartney (1970)

Ram (1971) (Paul & Linda McCartney)

McCartney II (1980)

Tug of War (1982)

Pipes of Peace (1983)

Give My Regards to Broad Street (1984)

Press to Play (1986)

CHOBA B CCCP (1988) (covers album)

Flowers in the Dirt (1989)

Off the Ground (1993)

Flaming Pie (1997)

Run Devil Run (1999) (covers album)

Driving Rain (2001)

Chaos and Creation in the Backyard (2005)

Memory Almost Full (2007)

Kisses on the Bottom (2012) (covers album)

New (2013)

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sir Paul Rocks Detroit! The McCartney concert in Detroit was brilliant! With a band of friends who are among the most talented musicians on the planet, Sir Paul played for over three hours, non-stop, with not even a pause for a sip of water. I’ve just turned 64 (ironic!) and was in a state of bliss as he and his band of brothers roared through what I’ve always thought of as the music of my life. But when I looked around the sold-out Little Caesars arena, I saw three generations of fans digging all of Paul’s music, old and new. Grandchildren were there with their parents and grandparents, and we were all transported, all reminded to “Give Peace a Chance”, and all of us, on some subconscious level, of powerful timelessness of a genius performer, sharing his gifts with us.
Date published: 2017-10-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Paul McCartney concert I thought overall the sound system was good, vantage point of seeing the stage, not as good, was on an angle and we must have been about 300ft away. If it was not because of the jumbo screen the concert would not have been as enjoyable. He played most of the songs that we enjoyed, especially the Beatles...a couple of his newest solo hits was not as impressed with!
Date published: 2016-09-16
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