Paul McCartney first night Budokan set-list and exclusive pictures

This comes to us from Josh Tanniguchi of the Japanese fan site Jash’s Paul McCartney Page. (Thanks very much, Jash!!) We’ll have more pics in an upcoming post. Here is the set list of Paul McCartney in Budokan, Tokyo, 25th Apr. 2017. Continue reading “Paul McCartney first night Budokan set-list and exclusive pictures”

More pics from Paul McCartney’s first 2017 One on One Tour show in Japan

Photos copyright Jash Tanigucci of Jash’s Paul McCartney Page.

You can find the set list and the first group of pictures from the show here. Thanks to Jash Tanigucci of Jash’s Paul McCartney page for the pictures. We have one more post of pictures to come. Continue reading “More pics from Paul McCartney’s first 2017 One on One Tour show in Japan”

Special report: Paul McCartney arrives in Japan

Jash Taniguchi sent this report on Paul McCartney’s rehearsal at Nippon Budokan: 
Paul McCartney and his wife Nancy went cycling in Hibiya Park in Tokyo at noon on April 24th, the day after his arrival in Japan. The band members and tour staff were seen around The Peninsula Hotel Tokyo.
Merchandise items began to be sold at Nippon Budokan at 2:30 p.m. There were dozens of people lined up after the start of sales.
Paul McCartney arrived at Nippon Budokan before 6PM. He waved to fans from the car as he arrived.
Then the rehearsal began. Fans who were outside the venue could hear the rehearsal. He finished before 8PM. 

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New interview CD: ‘Paul McCartney in the 80s’

This audio CD, “Paul McCartney: In the 80’s,” due April 7 in the U.S., will look at the career of Paul McCartney in that decade. According to the pre-sell information, it includes a vintage interview containing “intimate details, rare insight and other gems previously not available until now.” Track listings: “New York,” “George Martin,” “Beliefs and Themes,” “Relating to Average People,” “On Michael Jackson,” “Black and White,” “Touring Plans,” “Musicals,” “Out On the Road,” “Spending Money,” “Activities Outside of Music.” Run time: 30 minutes.

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