Sir Paul Mccartney - Paul Sir Paul Mccartney Gives Beatles Tracks First Live Airing In Brazil Concert

Sir Paul Mccartney thrilled fans in Brazil on Saturday (04May13) when he performed a series of Beatles tracks live for the very first time.

Many of The Beatles' later tracks were never performed live after the band called an end to touring in 1966, but the music legend gave songs including Your Mother Should Know and Lovely Rita their first ever live rendition this weekend when he took to the stage at the Mineirao Stadium in Belo Horizonte on the opening night of his Out There tour.

Sir Paul also sang hit track Eight Days A Week live for only the second time - the Fab Four played it just once in 1965, according to the Bbc.

The singer will play a further two gigs in Brazil next week (begs06May13) before taking his worldwide trek to Florida later this month (18May13).


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