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Paul McCartney has confirmed the addition of U.S. Bank Arena in Cincinnati, OH to his brand new One On One tour.
On July 10, Paul will return to Cincinnati for his first performance since his 2011 performance at Great American Ballpark that drew a capacity crowd and unanimous critical raves. As with the launch of every new Paul McCartney tour, One On One promises to unveil a dazzling re-designed set, dozens of classics from the most beloved catalog in popular music, spanning Paul’s entire career–as a solo artist, member of Wings and of course as a Beatle-and no shortage of surprises. Read more
August 4, 2011 at 8pm
On sale June 17 at 12pm
Great American Ball Park
100 Joe Nuxhall Way Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
Paul McCartney has confirmed three more dates on his On The Run tour: July 24 at Comerica Park in Detroit MI, July 31 at Wrigley Field in Chicago IL, and August 4 at The Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati OH.
Tickets for the Detroit and Cincinnati shows go on sale Friday, June 17. Chicago tickets will be on sale Monday, June 20. Tickets will be available at Tickets.com. Read more
Headliners Paul McCartney, The Killers and The Cure are among the 130-plus acts set for the tenth Coachella Music Festival at the beautiful Empire Polo Club in Indio, CA, the same grounds where the festival debuted in 1999. This marks the first ever U.S. festival appearance for McCartney, who is currently supporting his latest release, Electric Arguments. “I have heard that Coachella is one of the greatest festivals in the world. I’m really excited to get out there and rock!” says McCartney.
The line-up for this year’s Coachella (as of January 30) is as follows:
FRIDAY APRIL 17:
Paul McCartney, Morrissey, Franz Ferdinand, Leonard Cohen, Conor Oberst and the Mystic Valley Band, Beirut, The Black Keys, Girl Talk, Silversun Pickups, The Ting Tings, The Crystal Method, Ghostland Observatory, Crystal Castles, The Airborne Toxic Event, We Are Scientists, N.A.S.A., Patton & Rahzel, M. Ward, The Presets, The Hold Steady Read more
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The Fireman: Youth (at left) and Paul McCartney
When The Fireman released its debut album in 1993 — the instrumental dance and electronica mix Strawberries Oceans Ships Forest — the band’s identity was a mystery. U.K. music magazine Melody Maker eventually exposed The Fireman as a duo featuring the bassist and producer known as Youth and, to everyone’s surprise, Paul McCartney. Reviewers praised the collaboration as “staggeringly brilliant,” but it was a strange and entirely unexpected direction for the former Beatle. Read more
The Fireman returns after a 10-year break with Electric Arguments, scheduled for U.S. release on November 18th via MPL/ATO Records. The follow-up to 1998’s Rushes, Electric Arguments is the duo’s third studio album – and its first to feature vocals.
With the release of its 1993 debut, Strawberries Oceans Ships Forest, the identities of the musicians behind The Fireman were initially unknown. But soon the press revealed them as none other than Paul McCartney and Youth. “Paul McCartney has discovered dance music – the results are staggeringly brilliant,” said Melody Maker. “They take a melody and, with dexterous genre-hopping through ambient, trance and house, evolve a number of breathtaking variations.” Read more