Paul McCartney

Tonight at the Roxy Bar and Screen venue in London a special Good Evening New York City evening was held to celebrate and promote the release of Paul's new live CD and DVD release.

The event was attended by the UK and International Press who were treated to a superb 25 minute edit of the concert DVD and a lively Q&A session with Paul hosted by UK X-Factor and Radio 2 DJ Dermot O'Leary.

Paul also fielded questions from journalists from Brazil, Japan, Germany, Italy and Greece covering all manner of topics including the new release, playing Shea Stadium with The Beatles and how he felt when the band conquered the US, how he decides on set lists, keeping fit for the shows and also his last album Electric Arguments. Paul also told a great story about getting coins thrown at him by Teddy Boys in Stroud!

Following one question Paul admitted he would have liked to have seen John Lennon cover 'Maybe I'm Amazed' in response to Paul currently playing John's 'Give Peace A Chance' in his live set.

Look out for images and video footage from the screening here on PM.com very soon.

Good Evening New York City is released in the UK on December 7th.

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