Paul McCartney just released more tickets to his 2014 North American Out There tour and sales are topping the charts around the country, said Marta Ault on BuyAnySeat.com. The former Beatle, now 71, will return to New Orleans on June 19 and Pittsburgh on July 7, and play his first shows ever in Louisville and Albany on June 26 and July 5 after opening his 16-date trek at the United Spirit Arena in Lubbock, Texas on June 14, 2014.
It seems like only yesterday. But 52 years have slipped by since the “cute Beatle” scored sudden super stardom after he appeared as part of the Beatles with their first hit “Love Me Do” in 1962. It was then that Paul McCartney, along with boyhood pals George Harrison and John Lennon, and later Ringo Starr, set off Beatlemania for millions of unabashed Baby Boomers across America, and quickly became one of the most popular (and influential) acts in the history of rock and roll. Today, the former Beatle, now 71, with 32 Number One hit singles to his numerous credits, is widely recognized as the greatest recording artist of all time. In addition, of course, he wrote and performed “Yesterday”, the most covered single ever in the history of music.
Source: Virtual Strategy Magazine
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