Paul McCartney Plays Surprise Club Show

Paul McCartney

(Radio.com) Paul McCartney played a surprise club show for 300 lucky fans in Pioneertown, California on Thursday ahead of his appearance at the Desert Trip mega-festival this weekend.

At approximately 10:00 AM on Thursday, Paul tweeted out the details of his surprise show, which would take place at the western-themed bar Pappy & Harriets Pioneertown Palace that night.

According to Setlist FM, McCartney and his band ended up playing a 21-song set, which was packed with Beatles songs. After closing out the gig with "Hey Jude," McCartney returned the stage for an encore performance of the Wings song "Hi, Hi, Hi," and the Beatles classics, 'Birthday" and "I Saw Her Standing There." Watch McCartney perform "Hard Days Night" here.

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