Last weekend’s Paul McCartney concert went well. The commute into (and out of) MetLife Stadium via NJ Transit was a bit of a hassle, but it all worked out. (I stayed in NYC overnight, rather than try to get all the way back home, so that helped.) The show was about three hours long. The set list wasn’t much or a surprise, but there were a few oddball songs thrown in there for weirdos like me who want to hear more than just the greatest hits.
Here’s an article about the show, from the NY Times, with a short McCartney interview.
When you’re an artist who started releasing albums in the 1960s and never stopped, you face a decision when going on tour: How do you select a set list?