Paul McCartney, Saturday 19 April, Centenario Stadium, Montevideo, Uruguay.
Out There tour, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Out_There!_Tour including performances at the Movistar Arena in Santiago, Chile (Monday 21 and Tuesday 22), then in Peru, Ecuador and Costa Rica.
Repertoire with several Beatles classics, some songs as Macca soloist, and songs from New his 2013 album produced by Mark Ronson, Paul Epworth and Giles Martin.
This is the second visit of the former Beatle to Montevideo. His unforgettable debut at Centennial was in 2012, the On The Run tour, included songs from her jazzy album Kisses on the Bottom standards:
Paul McCartney, sábado 19 de abril, estadio Centenario de Montevideo, Uruguay.
Gira Out There, http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Out_There!_Tour que incluye presentaciones en el Movistar Arena de Santiago de Chile (el lunes 21 y martes 22), y luego en Perú, Ecuador y Costa Rica.
Repertorio con varios clásicos de los Beatles, algunos temas como solista de Macca, y también canciones de New, su álbum de 2013 producido por Mark Ronson, Paul Epworth y Giles Martin.
Se trata de la segunda visita del ex beatle a Montevideo. Su inolvidable debut en el Centenario fue en 2012, dentro de la gira On The Run, que incluía canciones de su álbum de standards jazzeros Kisses on the Bottom:
<b> The Band: </b>
Paul McCartney: Lead Vocals, Bass, Acoustic Guitar, Piano, Electric Guitar, Ukulele.
Rusty Anderson: Backing Vocals, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar.
Brian Ray:(Backing Vocals, Bass, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Tambourine.
Paul Wickens: Backing Vocals, Keyboards, Electric Guitar, Percussion, Harmonica.
Abe Laboriel, Jr.: Backing Vocals, Drums, Bass, Percussion.
Sir Paul McCartney has been making music for most of his life and has dozens of albums to show for it.
In celebration of Record Store Day on September 26, Sir Paul is marking the day with a 50 th anniversary limited edition release of his debut solo album “McCartney”. With the breakup of The Beatles looming, Sir Paul released his debut solo album in April 1970 – just one month after The Beatles final release of “Let it Be”. Known as the bass player for The Beatles, Sir Paul sent a message with the release of “McCartney” by producing the album himself AND playing every instrument on the album. Among the 13 songs on the album is the hit song “Maybe I’m Amazed”.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdDPR8GzXy8 Like the original album, the limited edition anniversary release is being issued on vinyl.
feature photo credit: By Jimmy Baikovicius from Montevideo, Uruguay – Paul McCartney – Out There Concert | 140420-5806-jikatu, CC BY-SA 2.0,