Paul MCcartney, the ex-Beatle, is still around and loves performing live. The CelebrityCafe.com reported on
Oct. 19, 2013, "Paul McCartney continues to delight fans with quick public shows." On Friday McCartney delighted fans in London by playing a show at Covent Garden.
McCartney played a free show in front of fans, since he appears to love playing live more than ever before. During a large lunchtime crowd he played songs off his new album, "New". He played for about 20 minutes before ending the show by saying, "Thank you very much. OK now, back to work!" The 71-year-old musician played a free show in New York's Times Square last week which was also warmly received by fans.
Contactmusic.com has reported, "Paul McCartney Appears In Covent Garden Impromptu Gig." McCartney announced the spontaneous performance via Twitter. He tweeted to admiring fans, "I'm getting ready to pop up in Covent Garden at 1pm today. Oh baby!" About 2,000 fans gathered to listen to his spectacular music.
Not too long ago McCartney and the Beatles helped to dramatically transform the minds of a generation which was fighting to survive the horrors of the highly controversial Vietnam war era by offering innovative music which tied the feelings of people worldwide together. The contribution of McCartney and the Beatles to to the entertainment world will live on for as long as mankind roams the planet earth.