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That a 20-something Paul McCartney wrote and sang about needing assistance when he’s 64 speaks to the folly of youth. Now 72, McCartney got by with just a little help from his friends at the Fargodome on Saturday night.
Sir Paul held court in front of a crowd a little shy of the expected 17,000, leading fans on a magical history tour through his extensive song book.
He kicked off the two-plus hour set with “Eight Days A Week,” a nod to how exhaustive the night would be. […]
Most impressive was just how much fun he was having. A millionaire many times over and a member of the Rock ’n’ Roll Hall of Fame, the only thing McCartney needs from touring is the satisfaction of playing.
He doesn’t need to push sales of his latest disc, “New,” but the title track and “Queenie Eye” sounded right at home next to “Lady Madonna.” While a block of new songs is generally prime time to grab another beer or go to the bathroom, fans on the floor stood and danced the whole show. […]
McCartney proved that 64 is too early to hang it up as long as you’re doing something you love. He may not get back to Fargo, but at this rate he can stay on that “Long and Winding Road” road for a while.
Last updated on March 29, 2016
This was the 1st and only concert played at Fargodome.
Setlist for the soundcheck
Setlist for the concert