September 24, 2018

Watch Live YouTube Concert of Paul McCartney on 7th September

Paul McCartney will celebrate this Friday’s release on 7 Sep

Paul McCartney is well aware of embracing technology and you will discover more proves of it. He is now performing an informal YouTube concert at 8 PM EST on 7th September 2018 and it will be part of a YouTube Original production. It would energize his new album Egypt Station, but he will also play tunes from his Beatles Wings days.

YouTube previously hosted various live concerts including big names Kanye West and Bruce Springsteen. It shouldn’t be considered the first YouTube concert; Bon Jovi streamed a show 8-year ago. But, McCartney is the rock power and he might bring the largest audience on the site. He has a long-time involvement in the technology, so he and others in the Beatles catalog had started bringing the band’s songs to electronic media.

Paul McCartney will play a YouTube concert

This concert is an example of one of the higher-profiles and it will show his change during the last several years. Most people know that legal downloads of the Beatles were a modernity and gimmick. Now you will be able to watch McCartney live on any screen in your or wherever you want.

On Friday, September 07, 2018, Paul McCartney will celebrate the release of his new solo album Egypt Station in a concert in New York City. This performance will be available for free on YouTube channel of McCartney. It is expected that he will perform songs from Egypt Station.

It is important that McCartney is one of the highest paid musicians in the world with an estimated $1.2 billion net worth. He hit the #1 position 22 times and considered the most successful album act of all time in the United Kingdom, just 2 years ago. Now, his fans will get a chance to catch him for free by watching his performance on YouTube.

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Trish Irwin

Trish Irwin has lived in Lancaster her whole life.  Trish has worked as a journalist for nearly a decade having contributed to several large publications including the Yahoo News and the Lancaster Post.  As a journalist for US Updates, Cristina covers national and international developments.

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Janet Van der Wiel

Janet van der Wiel is a reporter for US Updates.  After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania, Janet got an internship at a local radio station and worked as a beat reporter and producer.  Janet has also worked as a columnist for the Philadelphia Daily News. Janet covers economy and community events for US Updates.

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