News & Interviews From The Road!

News & Interviews From The Road!

Le Monde - The Wizard Of Bercy

It was a night of pop history, which covered 50 years of Paul’s
life.  A concert by Paul is always an adventure and Paul took the
audience with him. With elegance Paul thrilled us all and looked
like he was having the time of his life.

McCartney moved effortlessly from instrument to instrument and was
backed throughout by his tight band.  He is a tunesmith with the
soul of a rocker. 

France Soir - Paul McCartney lit up Bercy

Paul gave the concert of a lifetime in a show nearly three hours
long seeded with his amazing hits.  No one could ever doubt his
popularity after watching this show.  It took just a few seconds to
ignite the crowd with the opening chords of ‘Hello Goodbye’.

The audience lapped it all up.  People of all ages joined together
to sing along with songs like ‘Hey Jude’.  The crowd went mad for
the rock of ‘Helter Skelter’ and they were held captive during the
moving rendition of ‘Yesterday’. 

During the concert Paul showcased the most impressive repertoire
in music.  He had fun throughout the show and marveled at the
reception he received. Paris told Paul that, in the end the love you
take is equal to the love you gave.

Le Nouvel Observateur - McCartney ignites Bercy with his "On the Run Tour"

Paul McCartney will never grow old.  He has the secret of youth.

He was in Paris for the first time in two years and the idol did
not disappoint with a show full of the most amazing songs ever.

26 year old Yoni Ohana in the audience told us, ‘This was the best
concert I have ever seen.  It’s like he is 20 years old.  I know no
one will ever better this experience.’

Last night the Bercy had the air of Shea Stadium.

Macca has not lost one bit of his fiery genius and talent. Crowds
are always moved at his concerts.  Even President Barack Obama is a
fan and paid tribute to him at a special event at The White House in 2010.

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