Fifty years later, Paul McCartney rocks the house
Write to the Point
The skinny-legged jeans could have belonged to anyone.
The black boots and the hairdo to any tribute artist.
But the voice that finally sang the first words of “Eight Days a Week,” was definitely an original – Sir Paul McCartney.
Playing before a sold out Safeco Field crowd of more than 45,000 in Seattle on a perfect Puget Sound last Friday evening, one of two surviving members of the Beatles immediately had his fans – let’s call many simply admirers – going back in time and grooving to the music.
Traveling back nearly 50 years in fact.
It was pretty stunning all of a sudden to...
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