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Paul McCartney To Play Record Shop Gig

Paul McCartney To Play Record Shop Gig

Paul McCartney is to make a 'surprise' appearance at a record shop in Los Angeles tomorrow (June 27).

The superstar musician will play tracks from his latest album 'Memory Almost Full' at Amoeba Records in Hollywood at around 7.30pm.

The record store gig is not the first intimate show that the former Beatle has performed. To promote the new album, McCartney has played several hastily arranged special shows in small venues.

A fortnight ago, McCartney played the 700 capacity Highline Ballroom in New York, the same week he played the 1000 capacity Electric Ballroom in London.

'Memory Almost Full' has been number one in the US album charts since it's release.

Check out Uncut.co.uk's review of McCartney's last UK show at theElectric ballroomhere.


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