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Paul McCartney Reveals His Approach To Live Shows

07-14-2017
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Paul McCartney

(Gibson) Paul McCartney just kicked off the latest U.S. leg of his One on One Tour, and even though he's playing huge stadiums, McCartney knows how to keep it intimate.

"(W)hen I do the show, I feel like I'm kind of talking to someone like me in the audience," he told Rolling Stone. "So I'm relating to the people. And when I'm playing, I'm imagining it's me listening to this band, this guy."

In fact, the tour's name, McCartney says, takes from the intimate experience he hopes fans experience at his concerts. "Even though you're at the back of the hall, we try and bring the intimacy to you," he said, also explaining that the video screens helps bring the crowd in. "So…it's me, one-on-one, with every member of the audience." Read more here.

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