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From The Seattle Times:
Paul McCartney filled the Kingdome with nostalgia and celebration last night, using showmanship and charm to evoke the era of the Beatles.
Light-hearted and animated, the graying “cute Beatle” managed to turn the huge media event into an almost intimate experience, drawing himself and the audience closer together by constantly interacting with the crowd.
He mugged and pointed and winked and posed, and flashed the V-sign more times than Richard Nixon did in his whole career. It would have been too much except for the sense of fun and play he brought to it. He was like the Paulie of 25 years ago.
McCartney told the crowd to “let your hair down” before he went into the second tune, “Jet,” one of only five songs he performed by Wings, his post-Beatles band of the 1970s. “Welcome to the Kingdome,” he said after the song. “It’s great to be back.” McCartney played Seattle three times before – with the Beatles in 1964 and 1966, and with Wings in 1976.
Last updated on August 31, 2019
This was the 1st and only concert played at Seattle Kingdome.
Setlist for the concert