One of England’s greatest treasures, Sir Paul McCartney has been touring through the US and Australia with his One on One tour. Fans expect McCartney will return home to the UK with a Paul McCartney UK tour in 2018. Register your interest in Paul McCartney hospitality in 2018, should a UK tour be announced.
Recently, Paul McCartney began his One on One tour travelling through Europe, North America, Australia, South America, but with no dates in the UK. The concept of the tour is to create an intimacy with the audience, as he performs his hits as a solo artist and legendary Beatles hits.
With endless amounts of world-famous songs, Paul McCartney’s set list is spectacular, including Hey Jude, Live and Let Die and Yesterday. Paul McCartney’s tour reflects the span of his music career from the very first song he ever recorded (‘In Spite Of All the Danger’) to his recent collaboration with Rihanna and Kanye West (‘FourFiveSeconds.’) An evening journeying through the vast success of one of the most famous musicians in the world.
Not only an incredible songwriter, Paul McCartney’s ability to play multiple types of guitar, keyboards, ukulele, drums and many other instruments is incredibly impressive. Paul McCartney drums on a track on Foo Fighters new Concrete & Gold album, said to be recorded in just two takes. Find out the latest on a Foo Fighters tour, here. It’s this innate musical talent that makes Paul McCartney such an inspiring artist to see perform live.
For so many people, Paul McCartney is their idol and it’s been estimated that Paul McCartney has written or co-written over 800 songs. Imagine one of the greatest artists perform live in 2018. It seems a Paul McCartney UK tour could be on the cards in 2018 at venues such as Arena Barclaycard, Manchester Arena, The SSE Hydro, 3Arena in Dublin, Newcastle’s Motorpoint Arena and potentially a venue such as the Royal Albert Hall.
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