Paul rocks Quebec!

We completely forgot to mention that this past Sunday, Paul rocked out to a 200,000+ crowd in Quebec.  Much like his Liverpool, and Kiev show this was our beloved Paul rocking out at his finest.

Paul’s concerts, as of late, have been getting bigger and better with each turn.  It seems that Paul and his wonderful band are getting primed into full-on touring mode.

The band is tight, and the setlist digs deeper into the catalog, without ignoring the classics that everyone wants to hear.  If this concert is any indication of things to come, then we will all be a happy group of Macca-loving fans.

Please don’t hesitate to post your personal experiences of the concert if you were lucky enough to atend.  We’d love to hear your comments.

Here’s the setlist from the magnificent show.
01. Jet
02. Drive My Car
03. Only Mama Knows
04. All My Loving
05. Flaming Pie
06. Got To Get You into my life
07. Let Me Roll It/ Foxy Lady (ending)
08. C Moon
09. My Love
10. Let ‘Em In
11. Fine Line
12. The Long And Winding Road
13. Dance Tonight
14. Blackbird
15. Calico Skies
16. I’ll Follow The Sun (3 1/2 endings)
17. Michelle
18. Mrs. Vanderbilt
19. Eleanor Rigby
20. Something
21. A Day In The Life
22. Give Peace A Chance
23. Good Day Sunshine
24. Too Many People
25. She Came In Through The Bathroom Window
26. Penny Lane
27. Band On The Run
28. Birthday
29. Back In The USSR
30. I’ve Got A Feeling
31. Live And Let Die (fireworks)
32. Let It Be
33. Hey Jude

First Encore
34. Lady Madonna
35. Get Back
36. I Saw Her Standing There

Second Encore
37. Yesterday
38. Sgt. Pepper/ The End

VIDEOS and PHOTOS from the concert to come throughout the week.  Check back for details.

Here’s what we’ve read.

With fans screaming for more and morning-after newspaper headlines trumpeting a conquest, Paul McCartney’s concert left a mark on the Plains of Abraham.
Quebec City was still spinning with excitement Monday, hours after the former Beatle dazzled the provincial capital for its 400th birthday bash. The legendary rock star lured an estimated 200,000 people to the party Sunday evening.

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