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- Posted on Feb 22nd 2010 7:02PM by Benjy Eisen
These two shows will kickoff a more extensive tour, called 'Up and Coming,' with details and additional dates, well, up and coming. Last year, McCartney embarked on a five-week American tour that saw him perform in unusual venues and/or noteworthy locations. His upcoming tour promises more of the same. However, these shows will feature an expanded repertoire; in addition to a generous helping of hits from his catalogs with the Beatles, Wings, the Fireman and his own solo career, McCartney will include songs that have previously never been performed on American soil.
Of course, Macca's return to the Hollywood Bowl is sentimentally significant for Beatles fans -- and aren't we all? -- as he first stepped onto that stage in August 1964 with the Beatles for a performance that is now considered historic. The band returned there a year later, in 1965. Recordings taken from those shows were eventually released in 1977 as the live album 'The Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl.' This time around, there may not be as many screaming teenage girls, but watch out for the throng of older women all holding up their iPhones. Stay tuned for the complete itinerary.