Paul McCartney wrapped up his first of two New York City shows at Madison Square Garden by calling upon Bruce Springsteen and E Street Band guitarist "Little" Steven Van Zandt to perform the Beatles classic "I Saw Her Standing There," which they ran through two times to the delight of the packed arena.
McCartney and his band performed for nearly two-and-half hours before leaving the stage and then returning for an encore, which also included "Yesterday," "Helter Skelter" and "Golden Slumbers"/"Carry That Weight."
The setlist of the former Beatle included songs spanning his entire career, from the first song he ever recorded with his, John Lennon and George Harrison's pre-Beatles group, The Quarrymen, to his work with Wings, to his recent collaborations and even his new solo album.
The singer's arena show includes several intimate moments, tales of the early days and tributes to past Beatles Harrison and Lennon.
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