On 17 August 2009 Sir Paul McCartney performed at the Bank of Oklahoma Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
On 15 August 2009 Sir Paul McCartney performed at Prospect Park, Atlanta, GA.
Hundreds of Beatles fans gathered at the famous Abbey Road zebra crossing to commemorate 40 years since The Beatles were photographed crossing it.
Sir Paul McCartney has played a second concert at Fenway Park in Boston, Mass.
Sir Paul McCartney has performed the first of two shows at Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox.
Around 50,000 people saw Sir Paul McCartney perform at the FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland.
Sir Paul McCartney’s third show at New York’s Citi Field stadium featured the same setlist as the previous two shows.
Sir Paul McCartney performed a second show at the Citi Field, New York.
Sir Paul McCartney has played the first concert at the Citi Field stadium, New York, home to the New York Mets.
Forty-five years after The Beatles’ triumphant appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show, Sir Paul McCartney performed an outdoor show above the studio’s marquee for thousands of fans.
Sir Paul McCartney performed before an estimated 50,000 people at he Halifax Common, Nova Scotia, his only Canadian tour date on his current tour.
Sir Paul McCartney has rebuffed rumours that Michael Jackson pledged to leave him his share of the ownership of The Beatles’ publishing in his will.
The Beatles’ former business manager, Allen Klein, has died in New York City at the age of 77.
Sir Paul McCartney has posted an extended written tribute to Michael Jackson on his official website.
A 1958 Hofner Senator guitar previously owned by John Lennon has sold for £205,250 (337,226) at auction.
Sir Paul McCartney has paid tribute to Michael Jackson, who died following cardiac arrest in Los Angeles on 25 June 2009.
The Beatles’ first management contract is to be given away as a competition prize on a UK website.
Ringo Starr is to be awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles.
John Lennon‘s former girlfriend, May Pang, visited the Beatle’s childhood home during a visit to the city.
Sir Paul McCartney and Yoko Ono are urging people to go meat-free one day each week to help cut carbon emissions.