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Top 10 Paul McCartney Songs
|Album Name||Release Year|
|Kisses on the Bottom||2012|
|iTunes Live from Capitol Studios||2012|
|Paul McCartney Live in Los Angeles||2010|
|Good Evening New York City||2009|
|Memory Almost Full||2007|
|Ecce Cor Meum (Behold My Heart) (Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields feat. conductor: Gavin Greenaway)||2006|
|Motor of Love||2005|
|Never Stop Doing What You Love||2005|
|Chaos and Creation in the Backyard||2005|
|Back in the World||2003|
|Temporary Secretary (Radio Slave re-edit)||2003|
|Back in the U.S. Live 2002||2002|
|Wingspan: Hits and History (Special Advance Sampler)||2001|
|Liverpool Sound Collage||2000|
|Pizza and Fairy Tales||2000|
|Run Devil Run||1999|
|No Other Baby||1999|
|Oobu Joobu: Widescreen Radio — Ecology||1997|
|Oobu Joobu, Part 1||1995|
|Beatles Classic Hits||1994|
|Off the Ground||1993|
|Karaoke Lennon & McCartney||1993|
|Give My Regards to Broad Street||1993|
|Pipes of Peace||1993|
|Off the Ground||1993|
|Paul Is Live||1993|
|Press to Play||1993|
|Looking for Changes||1993|
|A Toot and a Snore in '74||1992|
|Hope of Deliverance||1992|
|Unplugged (The Official Bootleg)||1991|
|Снова в СССР||1991|
|Tripping the Live Fantastic||1990|
|All My Trials||1990|
|Tripping the Live Fantastic: Highlights!||1990|
|Put It There||1989|
|My Brave Face||1989|
|Flowers in the Dirt||1989|
|Ou est le soleil?||1989|
|All the Best!||1987|
|Once Upon a Long Ago||1987|
|The Girl Is Mine||1982|
|Tug of War||1982|
|Another Day / Oh Woman Oh Why||1971|
|Rank||Track Name||Play Count||Listener Count|
|1||Maybe I'm Amazed||56,213||23,065|
|2||Live And Let Die||46,562||22,220|
|4||Band On The Run||29,467||13,194|
About Paul McCartney
11/24/13: Time and age can't seem to slow down Paul McCartney. At 71, he's just released his 24th solo album, "New," and is putting out music at a pace that still puts other artists to shame. But one of the things most important to this legend was how time has also seemed to heal all wounds.
In part of a rather candid new interview with Billboard magazine (which hit newsstands October 25, 2013) McCartney himself discussed how his long-running feud with John Lennon's widow Yoko Ono seems to have come to an end . "She's badass," McCartney says, noting that if "If John loved her, there's got to be something. He's not stupid."
One person that McCartney refuses to forgive, however, is Lennon's murderer, Mark David Champman. "I think I could pretty much forgive anyone else," he told Billboard. "But I don't see why I'd want to forgive him."
It seems now with the past being the past that McCartney is definitely set on looking toward the future. His new album is a joint effort with Adele's collaborator Paul Epworth, Amy Winehouse's producer Mark Ronson, Giles Martin (son of legendary Beatles producer George), and Ethan Johns, who has worked with Kings of Leon. The web video for the track "Queenie Eye" followed the release with its own premiere on Vevo.
McCartney's forthcoming "Out There" Japanese tour kicks off November 11 in Osaka and wraps 10 days later at the Tokyo Dome. The trek will mark almost exactly 11 years to the day since he last embarked on a run of shows in 'The Land of the Rising Sun.'
Paul McCartney is 'Out There' (Updated April 3, 2013)
Paul McCartney is ready to play ball. Or in this case, just play.
The famed musician will return to Boston's Fenway Park on July 9, 2013, the first confirmed U.S. date on his 2013 "Out There" world tour.
McCartney's previous shows on August 5 and 6, 2009, set Fenway's record for highest attendance. And for those of you nowhere near the iconic venue, fear not. McCartney has been announcing stadium dates a handful at a time. He'll perform three dates in Brazil in May, and he's also playing June 22 in Warsaw and June 27 in Vienna.
The "Out There" tour follows McCartney's record-breaking "On the Run" tour, which wrapped in 2012 and supported his Grammy-winning album "Kisses on the Bottom." The project, consisting primarily of covers of traditional pop music and Jazz, was his 15th studio album to date and his first since 2007's "Memory Almost Full."
The album was first released in two editions: the standard edition, and a "deluxe" edition, which features the McCartney original "Baby's Request" – a cover of the original version by Wings – and a cover of "My One and Only Love" as bonus tracks. An expanded edition of the project, "Kisses on the Bottom – Complete Kisses," was released exclusively on the iTunes store. It features the 14-track album, with four bonus tracks, and the complete "iTunes Live from Capitol Studios" performance.
Not only is McCartney reportedly working on yet another new album to follow this one, but word has leaked that the rocker's latest recording project involves Mark Ronson. The duo reportedly collaborated after Ronson DJ'd McCartney's wedding in 2011, and they joined up in the studio to produce three new songs.
The man, the myth, the legend
Sir James Paul McCartney is not just a singer, songwriter and composer he is also a living legend. Together with John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, these four musical geniuses formed one of the most celebrated bands of all time.
Shortly after the Beatles' revolution in the 1960s, McCartney pursued a solo career that has been active for over 40 years now. He has maintained worldwide fame for his talented songwriting and catchy yet meaningful melodies. Some of his earlier standout hits as a solo artist include, 'Maybe I'm Amazed' (1970), 'Nineteen Hundred and Eighty Five' (1973), 'Jet' (1973), 'Band on the Run' (1974), and 'Sillly Love Songs' (1976).
McCartney, who has the distinction of being named by Guinness World Records as the 'most successful composer and recording artist of all time,' has sold over 100 million albums and 100 million singles. He is also credited on 32 singles as a songwriter or co-writer that have reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. As of 2012, he has sold 15.5 million RIAA certified units in the United States.
In recent years McCartney has continued to make his rounds and perform in sold out venues. On July 15, 2011 McCartney launched the first leg of his 'On the Run' tour at Yankee Stadium. He kicked off the South American leg in Montevideo, Uruguay this past April, where 28,000 tickets were sold out within 20 minutes of their online release. Yes, Sir Paul still shines on, like the moon, and the stars, and the sun.
He played to over 100,000 fans during two performances in Mexico City in May, then closed Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee Concert outside of Buckingham Palace in June. But his biggest performance of the year thus far came as the featured performer at the London Olympic Opening Ceremony on June 27, where he earned a cool $1 ($1.57) for singing 'Hey Jude' and inviting the massive audience to join in.
About Paul McCartney
Paul McCartney, the legendary Singer/Songwriter/Composer and Co-Founder of the Beatles, is without a doubt one of the most influential musicians in the long history of Rock, as well as one of its most popular performers.
Paul is clearly one of the very few Artists of any genre whose impact cannot be measured by any standard outside of his own yet he remains a humble "troubadour" despite his global influence on music of all types. Although Sir McCartney has gone on to win countless accolades it is fair to say that his greatest contribution to the musical universe will always be his myriad and magical creative efforts written, produced and performed in his time with the Beatles -- a legacy of brilliant and groundbreaking music that has made him renowned and loved throughout the World.
Paul continues to create and contribute not only to the music world but to the world as a whole through his selfless charity work. Get Paul McCartney tickets to watch this legend and former Beatle live in concert.
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Paul McCartney Tour Dates 2014
date city state venue 01/26/2014 Los Angeles CA Staples Center
Paul McCartney Tour Dates 2013
date city state venue 11/21/2013 Tokyo IN Tokyo Dome 11/18/2013 Tokyo IN Tokyo Dome 11/15/2013 Fukuoka Fu Gang Yahoo! JAPAN domu 08/14/2013 Regina SK Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field 08/12/2013 Winnipeg MB Investors Group Field 08/11/2013 San Francisco CA Golden Gate Park 08/10/2013 San Francisco CA Golden Gate Park 08/09/2013 San Francisco CA Golden Gate Park 08/09/2013 San Francisco CA Golden Gate Park 07/23/2013 Quebec QC Plains of Abraham 07/19/2013 Seattle WA Safeco Field 07/16/2013 Milwaukee WI Miller Park 07/14/2013 Indianapolis IN Bankers Life Fieldhouse 07/12/2013 Washington DC Nationals Park 07/09/2013 Boston MA Fenway Park 07/07/2013 Kanata ON Scotiabank Place 06/25/2013 Verona Ven Arena di Verona 06/15/2013 Manchester TN Manchester Farm 06/13/2013 Manchester TN Manchester Farm 06/10/2013 Brooklyn NY Barclays Center 06/08/2013 Brooklyn NY Barclays Center 05/30/2013 Tulsa OK BOK Center 05/29/2013 Tulsa OK BOK Center 05/26/2013 Memphis TN FedExForum 05/23/2013 Austin TX Frank Erwin Center 05/22/2013 Austin TX Frank Erwin Center 05/19/2013 Orlando FL Amway Center 05/18/2013 Orlando FL Amway Center
Paul McCartney Tour Dates 2012
date city state venue 12/12/2012 New York NY Madison Square Garden 12/08/2012 Marburg HE KFZ 11/29/2012 Edmonton AB Rexall Place 11/28/2012 Edmonton AB Rexall Place 11/25/2012 Vancouver BC BC Place Stadium 11/14/2012 Houston TX Minute Maid Park 11/11/2012 St. Louis MO Scottrade Center 03/18/2012 Grand Rapids MI DeVos Performance Hall 03/17/2012 Grand Rapids MI DeVos Performance Hall 03/16/2012 Grand Rapids MI DeVos Performance Hall
Paul McCartney Tour Dates 2011
date city state venue 12/05/2011 London O2 Arena - London 11/12/2011 Costa Mesa CA Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall 11/11/2011 Costa Mesa CA Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall 11/11/2011 Costa Mesa CA Segerstrom Center For The Arts - Segerstrom Hall 11/10/2011 Costa Mesa CA Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall 11/06/2011 Houston TX Jones Hall 11/05/2011 Houston TX Jones Hall 11/04/2011 Houston TX Jones Hall 08/04/2011 Cincinnati OH Great American Ball Park 08/01/2011 Chicago IL Wrigley Field 07/31/2011 Chicago IL Wrigley Field 07/27/2011 Montreal QC Bell Centre 07/26/2011 Montreal QC Bell Centre 07/24/2011 Detroit MI Comerica Park 07/16/2011 Bronx NY Yankee Stadium 07/15/2011 Bronx NY Yankee Stadium 06/10/2011 Las Vegas NV MGM Grand Garden Arena
Paul McCartney Tour Dates 2010
date city state venue 08/19/2010 Pittsburgh PA CONSOL Energy Center 08/18/2010 Pittsburgh PA CONSOL Energy Center 08/15/2010 Philadelphia PA First Union Spectrum 08/14/2010 Philadelphia PA First Union Spectrum 08/12/2010 Montreal QC Bell Centre 08/09/2010 Toronto ON Air Canada Centre 08/08/2010 Toronto ON Air Canada Centre 07/28/2010 Charlotte NC Time Warner Cable Arena 07/26/2010 Nashville TN Bridgestone Arena 07/24/2010 Kansas City MO Sprint Center 07/15/2010 Denver CO Pepsi Center 07/13/2010 Sandy UT Rio Tinto Stadium 07/10/2010 San Francisco CA AT&T Park 04/03/2010 Miami Gardens FL Sun Life Stadium 03/31/2010 Los Angeles CA Hollywood Bowl 03/30/2010 Los Angeles CA Hollywood Bowl 03/28/2010 Glendale AZ Jobing.com Arena