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From Rolling Stone:
Paul McCartney took over Hollywood Boulevard last night for a 15-song set that followed his appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live. The former Beatle played a pair of songs for television on the roof of the El Capitan Theatre before heading downstairs to delight a crowd of 10,000 with Beatles selections and three songs from his forthcoming album New.
From paulmccartney.com, September 23, 2013:
Paul will be performing on Hollywood Boulevard tonight following Jimmy Kimmel Live. Fans in the US, UK, Australia and New Zealand will be able to stream the show live through the video player below.
From paulmccartney.com, September 25, 2013:
Fans in the UK, US, Australia and New Zealand can stream Paul’s Hollywood Boulevard gig through MySpace now. Paul’s set for the show included three new songs – ‘Everybody Out There’, ‘New’ and ‘Save Us’ – from his forthcoming album NEW.
From EW.com, September 24, 2013:
When Paul McCartney and his Beatles bandmates performed an unannounced concert on a London rooftop in 1969 for their Let It Be film, the police eventually came in and shut it down. But McCartney and Jimmy Kimmel had the cops’ blessing Monday night in Los Angeles, as they took to the roof of the El Capitan Theatre, promising a free show from the one-and-only Sir Paul for the gathered masses.
Monday’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! TV audience only caught two of those songs. After that, as McCartney told us when he hit the stage, “The rest is just for you.” Here’s what you missed if you weren’t one of the 10,000 people lining Hollywood Boulevard:
Even though McCartney has a new album to promote — aptly titled New — he played only three songs from his latest during the Jimmy Kimmel Live! concert, favoring Beatles and Wings hits instead for the dedicated crowd (some fans waited more than 10 hours to be in the front row). “You all right back there … in Santa Monica?” he cracked to the fans who appeared to be cities away. […]
Speaking of sing-alongs, McCartney was able to turn even a brand-new song into a communal experience, telling the crowd before performing “Everybody Out There,” “There’s a little bit that goes ‘whoa-oh-oh-oh.’ You might pick it up, you might not. If you do, good on you.” He was pretty impressed with our performance, but he gave us a refresher afterward, just in case the New track becomes a Beatles-level hit: “That’s your bit, for future reference.” […]
The entire concert was streamed online. Two songs from the set, “Lady Madonna” and “New“, were broadcast on TV.
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This was the 1st and only concert played at Hollywood Boulevard.
Setlist for the soundcheck
Setlist for the concert
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