Paul McCartney Plays Exclusive Gig On New York Roof

The singer stops fans in the street to launch US tour

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Sir Paul McCartney played an exclusive performance on the roof of The Ed Sullivan Theatre in New York on Wednesday July 15 for the US TV Show “The Late Show with David Letterman.”

45 years after his American television debut with the beetles, Sir Paul performed a selection of songs including “Coming Up,” “Band on the Run,” “Let me Roll It,” “Helter Skelter,” “Back in The USSR,” and “Get Back.”

The performance was to promote his mini tour around America, which will begin in New York on July 17 and the audience, which blocked the streets around the theatre included actor Bruce Willis.

Watch Paul McCartney’s Letterman show gig here:

The dates for his mini US tour:

New York, Citi Field (July 17, 18, 21)
Washington, FedExField (August 1)
Boston, Fenway Park (5,6)
Atlanta, Piedmont Park (15)

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Pic credit: PA Photos


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