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Paul McCartney is arguably the most famous and beloved musician in the world, and just as arguably a really nice guy.

Blind and visually impaired children, ranging from ages 5 to 25, enjoyed the experience as well as their companions as Sir Paul McCartney sponsored 40 amazing seats to the last stop on his Up And Coming tour at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on June 10th, 2011.

The generosity of Paul McCartney began with parking at the entrance of the arena with an escort to our seats, an extremely delightful experience.  Paul’s tour director took time to tell us how delighted he was that we were there and that Paul himself was to be credited for the experience.  During the performance our contact from AEG made sure that members were accommodated and notified on the big explosions during Live and Let Die.

Paul’s set list: “Magical Mystery Tour,” “Juniors Farm,” “All My Loving,” “Jet,” “Got to Get You Into My Life,” “Sing the Changes,” “Let Me Roll With It,” “Long and Winding Road,” “1985,” “Let Em In,” “I’m Looking Through You,” “And I Love Her,” “Blackbird,” “Here Today,” “Dance Tonight,” “Mrs. Vanderbilt,” “Eleanor Rigby,” “Something,” “Band on the Run,” “Obla Di Obla Da,” “Back in the USSR,” “I Gotta Feeling,” “Paperback Writer,” “A Day in the Life,” “Let It Be,” “Live and Let Die,” “Hey Jude,” “Day Tripper,” “Get Back,” “Yesterday,” “Helter Skelter” and “Sgt. Pepper.”



 


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06/12/2016 7:34am

I do admire people who are generous, those people who really share and give what they can give to those in need and that their heart is always of pure intention every time they help, they do it without expecting something in return. They are really models especially for children and young people.

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08/19/2016 2:42am

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09/06/2016 4:05pm

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