Monday, May 23, 2011

Qualify as "historic" Paul McCartney's first show in Rio

Rio de Janeiro, May 23 (dpa) - The first of two shows offered in Brazil by former Beatle Paul McCartney took to the public frenzy that broke up the last place Engenhao Stadium and also won the critics who called it " historical "presentation. The concert, which lasted over two hours, began with the popular song "Hello, Goodbye" followed by "Jet", of The Wings, and another Beatles classic "All My Loving" .

McCartney started the first applause excited to greet the public in Portuguese than 45,000 people, who paid up to 700 reals (about $ 434) for a ticket. "Worth at the end this could be my last chance to see Paul McCartney "he told dpa Alessandro Tiberio, 35. The public also provided a separate show.

Fans of former Beatle took to Engenhao gas balloons and bright lights, computers and hundreds of posters with the syllable "na", which were displayed as McCartney sang "Hey Jude" and surprised the artist himself: "Wow! these posters 'na, na, na' are great. " During the show, Paul paid tribute to the two Beatles who died when he sang his song "Here Today", written in memory of John Lennon, and then when they performed "Something", the George Harrison.

After the show closed with "Sgt Pepper's Lonely Heart Club Band ", McCartney grabbed a shirt of the Brazilian football thrown at him from the stands with the number ten and the name Macca on the back:" I am now of the Brazilian team, it's official! "Celebrated . The critics were unanimous in considering that the show on Sunday was even more memorable than the one provided McCartney at Maracana stadium, 21 years ago, and now wondered if the former Beatle will be able to overcome in its second and final presentation at the Brazilian city, which will take place on Monday night in the same Engenhao.

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