It's his first show at the legendary New York venue
Paul McCartney is set to play his first show at New York‘s iconic Apollo Theatre on December 13.
The former Beatle will play an invite-only show at the Harlem venue for radio service Sirius XM, which will be broadcasting the gig live.
The non-profit venue is currently celebrating its 75th anniversary. In the 1960s it became famous for breaking artists such as James Brown, Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson and many others.
See Sirius.com for more information about the broadcast.
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