s谩bado, 16 de diciembre de 2017

ONE ON ONE IN AUCKLAND : December 16 2017 - Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland, NEW ZEALAND





















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What a show! What a man.
He even waved at us from his tour bus as he left. Clearly leaving early to buy my lithograph was a good idea
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Setlist.fm for the win on peeing during a new song 馃槤 #paulmccartney #oneonone #mtsmartstadium


Awesome show





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Sir Paul McCartney... 75 years young. Living legend.
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www.stuff.co.nz
All you need is Macca: Paul McCartney rocks Mt Smart
STEVE KILGALLON
December 17 2017





He didn't look 75 and he didn't act it either.

Still with plenty of black in his hair, and life in his voice, Paul McCartney played the old hits and he played them like it was still the 60s. Got the original versions? Close your eyes and you could hear the same arrangements. 

McCartney's near three-hour marathon built momentum and atmosphere as the night drew in and the realisation grew that we would most likely never hear the co-writer of some of our most iconic songs deliver them live here again.

Paul McCartney walked out on stage at his One on One Tour at Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland, with no words, just a salute.
Paul McCartney walked out on stage at his One on One Tour at Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland, with no words, just a salute.
ASON DORDAY/STUFF

Striding on stage at Mt Smart Stadium without a word, but instead a salute, McCartney launched into a note perfect A Hard Day's Night that set the scene for the marathon gig to come. It was an apt choice: it's hard to recall an artist who worked so hard to give his audience value.

McCartney had rehearsed his kia ora and promised the crowd "some old songs, some new songs and some in between songs" and a good night.

Wryly, he said they could tell when the audience liked a tune because the phones were out "like a galaxy of stars" for the old Beatles hits and it was "like a black hole" for the rest, "but we don't care". He did really: an early mix of songs which included the first demo track from the Beatles' forerunner The Quarrymen, all the way up to McCartney's recent collaboration with Rihanna and Kanye West, FourFiveSeconds​, gave way as the night went on to a heavily Beatles-oriented list - and some cracking yarns. The near-capacity crowd - a relief, given suggestions of slow early ticket sales - which included Peter Jackson and Neil Finn brought a genuine enthusiasm which seemed to give McCartney renewed energy in a cracking final hour.

Highlights included an acoustic Blackbird, a highly charged Back in the USSR, the flamboyant fireworks, flamethrowers and lasers that accompanied Live and Let Die and a set-closing Hey Jude that had the entire crowd singing along.

McCartney bounced back out for an equally-generous encore that included Yesterday, a live pipe band that transformed Mull of Kintyre into something quite moving, and then closed with the end of the Abbey Road album. 

It's hard to recall an iconic artist coming here and giving as much as McCartney did. A gig to be remembered. 




www.nzherald.co.nz
Concert Review: Paul McCartney at Auckland's Mt Smart Stadium
NZ Herald
16 Dec, 2017


Sir Paul McCartney performs at Mt Smart Stadium today. Picture / Chris Loufte

Last night Paul McCartney led a thoroughly captivated audience though a magical mystery tour of his greatest hits.

The magic was in the air, in his songs and in the buzzing vibe of a nearly full Mt Smart Stadium as the crowd greeted Macca with a standing ovation. The mystery lay in wondering which of his classic songs he was going to play next.

The answer? All of them.

On stage for around three hours McCartney didn't leave anyone disappointed with his song selection. From the opening, iconic, chord of A Hard Day's Night to the extended "Na, na, na-na-na" of set closer Hey Jude the consummate showman put on one heck of a crowd pleasing show.

It wasn't just the music that had fans enthralled, with McCartney pausing the hit parade to regale the crowd with incredible stories of his rock star life, casually dropping in anecdotes about Jimi Hendrix and John Lennon, among so many others.

Musically, it was a tireless performance with an enthusiastic McCartney leading his slick band through an unrivalled catalogue of hits.

During his main set McCartney played new songs, including FourFiveSeconds his recent collaboration with Kanye West and Rihanna, and old songs that stretched right back to In Spite of all the Danger, a song by his pre-Beatles band the Quarrymen.

These were politely received, but the audience was there for the songs that shaped their lives. And McCartney gave the generation-spanning crowd exactly what they came for.

He dove deep into the Beatles back catalogue and, to his credit and the audience's delight, didn't restrict his selection to just "his" songs.

Sir Paul McCartney gets the crowd pumping at Mt Smart Stadium. Picture / Chris Loufte
Sir Paul McCartney gets the crowd pumping at Mt Smart Stadium. Picture / Chris Loufte

His re-imagining of Something was a touching tribute to Beatles lead guitarist George Harrison and his swirly-wurly run through of Being for the Benefit of Mr Kite was an appropriately psychedelic hat tip to his former song-writing partner and co-Beatle John Lennon.

Solo material and hits from Wings, his post-Beatles group, also played well with the crowd.

Hits came thick and fast throughout the night; Jet, Maybe I'm Amazed, Eleanor Rigby, A Day in the Life, Band on the Run, Live and Let Die and, of course, a stunning rendition of one of the greatest pop songs ever written, Yesterday.

For many seeing a Beatle perform was a once in a lifetime opportunity and McCartney worked hard to make it truly a night to remember.


Sir Paul McCartney performs at Mt Smart Stadium. Photo / Supplied
Sir Paul McCartney performs at Mt Smart Stadium. Photo / Supplied

Sir Paul McCartney performs at Mt Smart Stadium. Photo / Supplied
Sir Paul McCartney performs at Mt Smart Stadium. Photo / Supplied


viernes, 15 de diciembre de 2017

Paul McCartney gushes over Bay's beauty




















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Sir Paul McCartney gushes over Bay's beauty
By: Andrew Ashton
Hawkes Bay Today
16 Dec, 2017


Sir Paul McCartney has been talking of his love for Hawke's Bay ahead of tonight's concert in Auckland. Photo / File

Former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney has been talking of his love for Hawke's Bay's natural beauty, during a low-key stopover before playing a stadium concert in Auckland.

Speaking to radio presenter Mike Hosking yesterday, the music legend said he was enjoying being back in New Zealand and specifically Napier, which he said had "echoes of Scotland".


"It's fantastic, it's beautiful countryside and I had a day off so I thought I'll come and find somewhere really sweet and this is fantastic, beautiful," he said.

Sir Paul added that he had "great memories" of touring New Zealand with the Beatles in 1964, including the Maori welcome they received at Wellington Airport.

"The main memory is rubbing noses with the Maori … to you I'm sure that's kind of, you know, ordinary but to me that's like I don't do that every day so that's pretty amazing."

McCartney told Hosking that touring concerts had changed enormously since the pre-Beatles days as the Quarrymen, when he and John Lennon played through a shared amp.

"From when we started out it's a completely different thing. We started in a van."

In particular sound systems were now much more advanced than the baseball public address system the Beatles used at Shea Stadium in 1966.

"We couldn't get heard above the screaming girls."

Two videos posted to the official Paul McCartney Facebook page on Thursday night and Friday morning showed the 75-year-old rocker in front of a backdrop, thought to be at The Farm at Cape Kidnappers, in Hawke's Bay.





jueves, 14 de diciembre de 2017

Paul McCartney has landed in NZ: 'Let's rock'
























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Paul McCartney has landed in NZ: 'Let's rock'
NZ Herald
14 Dec, 2017

Sir Paul McCartney is in New Zealand and the Beatles legend is raring to party.

The music icon posted a video to Facebook upon his arrival to say hello to his Kiwi fans, along with the caption: "Finally in NZ".

"Ok, so I finally got to New Zealand - wow, it's been a little while, it's beautiful, look at that," he says, gesturing to the green NZ background behind him.

He then adds: "Looking forward to the gig on Saturday night in Auckland, hope to see you there. Come on, let's rock!"

Earlier reports suggested Sir Paul was spending time in Hawke's Bay, having arrived by private jet on Wednesday night.

He is due to play at Auckland's Mt Smart Stadium on Saturday night.

McCartney recently floored Australian audiences with his 40-song set, which is being described as "epic" and "a musical experience like few others" by Australian media.

The Sydney Morning Herald awarded Monday night's show 4.5 stars.









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Paul McCartney in 'beautiful' New Zealand
Newshub staff
14/12/2017

Sir Paul McCartney is in New Zealand and he's loving it. 

The 75-year-old Beatles rocker posted a video from what appears to be Hawke's Bay on Thursday afternoon. It's believed he touched down via private jet on Wednesday night.




"Hey there! OK, so I finally got to NZ," McCartney, wearing a navy jumper and jeans, says to the camera. 
"Wow, it's been a little while. It's beautiful, look at that!" [gestures to background]. 

"Looking forward to the gig on Saturday night in Auckland.

"Come on, let's rock!" 

He captioned the video: "Finally in NZ x". 

McCartney will only play one show while he's here, at Mt Smart Stadium in Auckland on Saturday night. He flew in from Australia, where he's been touring this month. 

Sir Paul was last in New Zealand in 1993, as part of The New World Tour.

Newshub. 


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mi茅rcoles, 13 de diciembre de 2017

Paul McCartney Is Having A Great Time In Australia



















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Paul McCartney Is Having A Great Time In Australia
He's finishing his first full tour there in 24 years...
ROBIN MURRAY
NEWS
13 · 12 · 2017

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Paul McCartney has been keeping fans entertained over the past few weeks with some hi-jinks in Australia.
The iconic songwriter is completing his first full tour in the country for 24 years, playing sold out shows across the nation.
As if that wasn't enough to keep him busy Paul McCartney has also been visiting a few friends, including Kylie Minogue and I'm A Celebrity... pairing Ant & Dec.


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Sir Paul McCartney believed to be in Hawke's Bay
Hawkes Bay Today
14 Dec, 2017


A private jet believed to have flown music great Sir Paul McCartney from Sydney, was parked at Hawke's Bay Airport overnight. Photo / Paul Taylor

Music legend Sir Paul McCartney is believed to be in Hawke's Bay after arriving by private jet last night.

The jet, which touched down at Hawke's Bay Airport late last night, is believed to have brought the former Beatle from Australia where he played a three-hour concert in Sydney on Monday night.

Hawke's Bay Today could not establish where McCartney was staying, but it is understood he is in the region for a break ahead of his concert at Mt Smart Stadium in Auckland on Saturday night.

A member of the plane's crew told the newspaper at the airport that "he's left already" and wanted to know how Hawke's Bay Today knew about the arrival.

A crew member aboard what is believed to be Sir Paul McCartney's jet. Photo/Paul Taylor
A crew member aboard what is believed to be Sir Paul McCartney's jet. Photo/Paul Taylor

The plane landed after the normal daily schedule of flights had ended yesterday.

McCartney floored audiences with his 40-song set, which is being described as "epic" and "a musical experience like few others" in the Australian press.

The Sydney Morning Herald awarded Monday night's show 4.5 stars and dismissed any fears that McCartney was simply phoning it in.

Sir Paul McCartney has been receiving largely positive reviews for his latest shows. Photo/File
Sir Paul McCartney has been receiving largely positive reviews for his latest shows. Photo/File

"Best of all, the show proves much more than an ageing rock star turning up, cashing in and helping a few thousand people with their bucket lists. By the end, it genuinely turns out to be a musical experience like few others."

• Paul McCartney plays Mt Smart Stadium on Saturday night. Tickets available from Ticketmaster.


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martes, 12 de diciembre de 2017

ONE ON ONE IN SYDNEY (Second Night) : December 12 2017 - Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney, AUSTRALIA










  


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Waiting for the magical mystery tour to commence. #oneonone #paulmccartney #beatles #sydney2017







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A dream come true...#OneOnOne #PaulMcCartney #TheBeatles


































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Paul McCartney arriving at Qudos Bank Arena on December 12, 2017 in Sydney, Australia photos by Akinori Hagiwara #PaulMcCartney #OneOnOneAUNZ #OneOnOne









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Tonight I was lucky enough to attend @PaulMcCartney Sydney concert, as my mum won us tickets. It was an amazing night and I just don’t have words. 













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