Paul McCartney performs Beatles hit in Tokyo

Paul McCartney performs Beatles hit in Tokyo

Almost 50 years after memorable to all Tokyo’s citizens Beatles performance at Tokyo’s Nippon Budokan arena, Paul McCartney returned there on Tuesday to surprise and gratify his devoted fans.

Almost 50 years after memorable to all Tokyo’s citizens Beatles performance at Tokyo’s Nippon Budokan arena, Paul McCartney returned there on Tuesday to surprise and gratify his devoted fans.

The audience was able to enjoy with McCartney’s singing such hit as the Beatles’ “Another Girl” that actually was the first life performance of this song.

Both Beatles and his own hits were performed that night by the 72-year-old veteran of the British music, who later yelled to the excited people in Japanese that he hadn’t seen Budokan for a while.

It was sensational and quite emotional remembering the first time and then experiencing this fantastic audience tonight

– said McCartney in a statement.

In 1966 The Beatles gave their first concert at Budokan arena, in spite of amid protests from the local residents against the use of arena for music performance as it was intended to be a sporting stadium.

During the decades that passed away the disagreement disappeared and the several musical concerts were held there in Tokyo arena.

The last time McCartney performed in Japan in 2013.  It was near the beginning of his international “Out There” tour, although that time the concert was held not at the Budokan venue. His current tour will be completed in July in Chicago.

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