Paul McCartney did not play "When I'm Sixty-Four" at a sold-out Miller Park Tuesday night. He's 71 now. He's already been there, done that. Some may wonder why he still keeps working at this point in his life and career. If any man has any right to phone it in, to simply call it a day, certainly it's McCartney, one of the greatest musical contributors of all time.
But he keeps going, probably because, like the ancient electric guitar he strummed Tuesday night during "Paperback Writer," the very same one he said he used to record that song in 1966, he still rocks. For his fifth Milwaukee concert in five decades (including a lone Beatles gig in '64, and a rainy Milwaukee County Stadium show two decades ago this year.
Source: Tap Milwaukee
Photo Credit: Rick Wood