Paul McCartney Plays Surprise Show in NYC
Paul McCartney is making the rounds promoting his new record New due out October 15. Today, The Beatles bassist visited New York’s Frank Sinatra School of the Arts to play a set of new and old as well as field questions from the 400 students in attendance. Sponsored by iHeartRadio (who McCartney also performed for last week in Las Vegas), Sir Paul filled his set with cuts like “Eight Days a Week,” “Back in the USSR,” “Lady Madonna” as well as three new songs “Save Us,” “New,” and “Everybody Out There.”
The performance will also be aired across Clear Channel Media and Entertainment Classic Rock, Classic Hits, Oldies and AC stations across the country and on iHeartRadio’s website and will stream on Yahoo! Monday October 14 at 9 P.M.