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Paul McCartney makes one setlist change to open Out There tour

Paul McCartney's original Uruguay setlist with "Mr. Kite" listed. He performed "One After 909" after a fan asked for it.
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Paul McCartney's setlist for his April 19 concert at Estadio Centario in Montevideo, Uruguay was not full of the usual beginning-of-the-tour setlist changes from his last concert on Nov. 21 at the Tokyo Dome. Only one song was changed to begin this tour.

The only new song in the setlist was when McCartney added “One After 909” before “Being For the Benefit of Mr. Kite.” McCartney's original setlist contained the song, but according to his press representatives, he made a last-minute change by request for a fan who had been shouting for it all night. Last year, at his opening tour show at Mineiräo Stadium, he made nine setlist changes with “Mr. Kite” being the biggest surprise.

The complete setlist, according to McCartney's press representatives, looks like this: “Eight Days a Week,” “Save Us,” “All My Loving,” “Listen to What the Man Said,” “Let Me Roll It,” “Paperback Writer,” “My Valentine,” “1985,” “The Long and Winding Road,” “Maybe I'm Amazed,” “I've Just Seen a Face,” “We Can Work It Out” and “Another Day.”

Following that was “And I Love Her,” “Blackbird,” “Here Today,” “NEW,” “Queenie Eye,” “Lady Madonna,” “All Together Now,” “Lovely Rita,” “Everybody Out There,” “Eleanor Rigby,” "One After 909” and "Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite.”

Finally, there was “Something,” “Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da,” “Band On the Run,” “Back in the U.S.S.R.,” “Let It Be,” “Live and Let Die,” “Hey Jude.” Encore: “Day Tripper,” “Hi, Hi, Hi,” “Get Back.” Encore 2: “Yesterday,” “Helter Skelter,” “Golden Slumbers”/“Carry That Weight”/“The End.” According to reports, two girls were called on stage for autographs.

Before the show, McCartney's official Twitter account had thanked fans and the local press for the welcome to the city. A picture was posted on Twitter of local newspapers with headlines about McCartney.

The Out There tour heads next to Santiago, Chile for two shows April 21 and 22 at the Movistar Arena. It then continues its Southern Hemisphere part of the tour with shows in Lima, Peru, Quito, Ecuador and San Jose, Costa Rica before heading to Tokyo.

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