Paul McCartney is a member of two very exclusive fraternities in the pantheon of rock and roll. He is one of few artists in the world who can sell out any venue, in any city, whenever he wants to, and he's part of an even smaller group that can play a lengthy show in which every song is a true, timeless, classic. McCartney showed the prowess that got him into both clubs with an amazing, sold out, attendance-record-breaking performance at Fenway Park on Tuesday night as part of his "Out There" tour.
For the last 50 years — with the Beatles, Wings, and his own solo work — McCartney has dazzled massive crowds all over the world, but where some artists might become complacent and allow their shows to become stale, McCartney continues to improve. Over the course of the 38-song set (think about that for a minute before you read on; the man played 38 songs in a row and they were all classics), McCartney played every song that a fan could imaginably request, spanning his entire catalogue, as well as a number that he had never played live before, including an awesome rendition of the Beatles' 1967 number one hit, "Lovely Rita.
Source: The Mass Media
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