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What will be the setlist for the Paul McCartney show? Check possibility

After two shows in Brasília (one of which was a surprise) and two shows in Belo Horizonte, Paul McCartney heads to São Paulo, where he performs 3 shows at Allianz Parque. The performances take place on the 7th, 9th and 10th of December and after that, the singer heads to Curitiba and then to Rio de Janeiro.

The 81-year-old former Beatle showed a lot of animation and excitement with Brazilian fans in his last performances and showed off his charisma, showing all the Portuguese he learned during his time in Brazil.

With almost 3 hours of show and 39 songs in his repertoire, Paul fills his setlist with a tribute to the Beatles, singing 24 of the band’s hits. “Love Me Do”, the quartet’s first song, is present, as are the songs “Golden Slumbers”, “Carry That Weight” and “The End” from “Abbey Road”, the Beatles’ last album.

Paul also discusses the songs of Wings, a band he had with Linda McCartney and Denny Laine, who died yesterday (05).

Typically, Paul has made few changes to his setlist. Some shows begin with “A Hard Day’s Night” or “Can’t Buy Me Love”, hits by the Beatles.

Other variations with songs from his solo career can also be expected.

Check out the possible setlist for Paul McCartney’s shows, based on performances that have already taken place in the country:

  1. Can’t Buy Me Love (The Beatles) or A Hard Day’s Night (The Beatles)
  2. Junior’s Farm (Wings)
  3. Letting Go (Wings)
  4. She’s a Woman (The Beatles)
  5. Got to Get You Into My Life (The Beatles)
  6. Come On to Me
  7. Let Me Roll It (Wings, with excerpt from “Foxy Lady” by Jimi Hendrix)
  8. Getting Better (The Beatles)
  9. Let ‘Em In (Wings)
  10. My Valentine
  11. Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five (Wings)
  12. Maybe I’m Amazed
  13. I’ve Just Seen a Face (The Beatles)
  14. In Spite of All the Danger (The Quarrymen)
  15. Love Me Do (The Beatles)
  16. Dance Tonight
  17. Blackbird (The Beatles)
  18. Here Today
  19. New
  20. Lady Madonna (The Beatles)
  21. Fuh You
  22. You Never Give Me Your Money (The Beatles)
  23. She Came in Through the Bathroom Window (The Beatles)
  24. Jet (Wings)
  25. Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite! (The Beatles)
  26. Something (The Beatles)
  27. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da (The Beatles)
  28. Band on the Run (Wings)
  29. Get Back (The Beatles)
  30. Let It Be (The Beatles)
  31. Live and Let Die (Wings)
  32. Hey Jude (The Beatles)
  33. I’ve Got a Feeling (The Beatles)
  34. Birthday (The Beatles)
  35. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise) (The Beatles)
  36. Helter Skelter (The Beatles)
  37. Golden Slumbers (The Beatles)
  38. Carry That Weight (The Beatles)
  39. The End (The Beatles)

It is also worth mentioning that the artist pays tribute to the two deceased Beatles. During “Something”, one of George Harrison’s biggest hits, several images of the guitarist are projected on the screen.

Following the death of Denny Laine, it is likely that Paul will also pay some tribute to his former Wings teammate.

Additionally, Paul virtually sings with John Lennon on “I’ve Got a Feeling.” Check out:

Check out Paul McCartney’s concert dates in Brazil:

  • 07/12 – São Paulo, SP – Allianz Parque
  • 09/12 – São Paulo, SP – Allianz Parque
  • 10/12 – São Paulo, SP – Allianz Parque
  • 13/12 – Curitiba, PR – Couto Pereira Stadium
  • 12/16 – Rio de Janeiro, RJ – Maracanã Stadium

This Tuesday (05), fans of the ex-Beatle received another surprise! The last show in Brazil, which takes place in Rio de Janeiro, will be broadcast live via the Star+ and Disney+ streaming platforms. According to publicity, the presentation is scheduled to start at 9:15 pm. Check out:



Source: CNN Brasil

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