Paul McCartney reveals unseen photograph from The Beatles final gig

Paul McCartney has revealed a previously unseen photograph from The Beatles' last ever gig. The image, seen above, is one of a number shown on the big screen as McCartney performed live at San Francisco’s Candlestick Park last night (August 14) at a gig dubbed "Farewell To Candlestick: The Final Concert". The venue is the same one The Beatles performed at on August 29, 1966 in what would prove to be their last ticketed public performance together.

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Paul McCartney has revealed a previously unseen photograph from The Beatles’ last ever gig.

The image, seen above, is one of a number shown on the big screen as McCartney performed live at San Francisco’s Candlestick Park last night (August 14) at a gig dubbed “Farewell To Candlestick: The Final Concert”. The venue is the same one The Beatles performed at on August 29, 1966 in what would prove to be their last ticketed public performance together.

A collection of never before seen Jim Marshall photographs were displayed as McCartney played Little Richard’s “Long Tall Sally”; the last song to be performed in its entirety at The Beatles’ 1966 concert.

The Haight: Love, Rock and Revolution, a book of Marshall’s best work, will be released on October 14.

Farewell To Candlestick: The Final Concert is the latest sold out stop on Paul McCartney’s current ‘Out There’ tour. In July McCartney resumed the tour, after taking almost two months off following a virus.


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