Sir Paul McCartney rocks the Royal Albert Hall

Sir Paul McCartney rocks the Royal Albert Hall

The former Beatle performs a rousing set for Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall.

The 69-year-old musican was joined on stage at times by Jam's Paul Weller, The Who's Roger Daltrey and Ronnie Wood from the Rolling Stones.
Sir Paul rearranged his European tour dates specifically so he could play the concert for the cancer charity founded by The Who frontman Daltrey in 2000.
Pulp, Jessie J and Florence and the Machine are all due to play for the charity at the Royal Albert Hall over the coming days.
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Paul McCartney joined onstage by Paul Weller, Ronnie Wood and Roger Daltrey

Beatles man also covers Jimi Hendrix during his Teenage Cancer Trust gig

Paul Mccartney was joined onstage by Paul Weller, The Rolling Stones' guitarist Ronnie Wood and The Who singer Roger Daltrey during his set at London's Royal Albert Hall last night (March 29). 

The Beatles man, who was playing the show as part of this year's run of Teenage Cancer Trust gigs, was joined by the trio for a rendition of his classic hit 'Get Back'. You can see video footage of the onstage collaboration by scrolling down to the bottom of the stage and clicking. 

It was the second time in recent months that Wood has performed the track live with McCartney, after he joined him onstage at London's O2 Arena in December last year

Earlier in his set, McCartney had also covered Jimi Hendrix's seminal single 'Foxy Lady'. The set, which featured 30 songs in all, drew from across McCartney's career and included a cover of Jimi Hendrix's seminal single 'Foxy Lady'. He aired 20 Beatles songs as well as cuts from Wings, The Firemen and 'My Valentine', a track from his latest studio album 'Kisses On The Bottom'. 

Paul McCartney played:

'Magical Mystery Tour'
'Junior's Farm'
'All My Loving'
'Drive My Car'
'Sing the Changes'
'The Night Before'
'Let Me Roll It'
'Foxy Lady'
'Paperback Writer'
'The Long And Winding Road'
'Nineteen Hundred And Eighty-Five'
'My Valentine'
'Maybe I'm Amazed'
'I've Just Seen a Face'
'Here Today'
'Dance Tonight'
'Eleanor Rigby'
'Band On The Run'
'Back In The U.S.S.R.'
'I've Got A Feeling'
'Let It Be'
'Hey Jude'
'Day Tripper'
'Get Back'
'Golden Slumbers' 
'Carry That Weight'
'The End'

The Concerts for Teenage Cancer Trust gigs are currently taking place at London's Royal Albert Hall. Example headlines the venue tonight (March 30), with Jessie J and Pulp playing the following days. 

From NME


Anonymous said...

I was there Fantastic show,many calebs were there!

Anonymous said...

I was there too! Absolutely amazing show!