Sir Paul McCartney performed the third Canadian concert for his Up And Coming Tour at the Bell Centre in Montreal.
During the show he performed The Beatles' 1965 song Michelle for the first time on the tour.
After performing Blackbird, McCartney told the crowd how he tried not to read the signs held by audience members while performing, but sometimes they were hard to miss. He acknowledged one, which read: "Paul will you autograph my arm? I have an appointment with a tattoo parlour."
Later in the show, following a performance of Yesterday in the second encore, the fan holding the sign was brought onto the stage to have her arm signed. McCartney told the crowd: "Well, she already made the appointment, so you know..." He asked if her parents were happy for her to have the tattoo before signing her arm, giving her a hug and kiss, and sending her back to the crowd.
- Venus And Mars/Rock Show
- All My Loving
- Letting Go
- Drive My Car
- Let Me Roll It
- The Long And Winding Road
- Nineteen Hundred And Eighty Five
- Let 'Em In
- My Love
- I've Just Seen A Face
- And I Love Her
- Here Today
- Dance Tonight
- Mrs Vandebilt
- Eleanor Rigby
- Ram On
- Sing The Changes
- Band On The Run
- Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
- Back In The USSR
- I've Got A Feeling
- Paperback Writer
- A Day In the Life/Give Peace A Chance
- Let It Be
- Live And Let Die
- Hey Jude
Also on this day...
- 2014: Paul McCartney live at US Airways Center, Phoenix, Arizona
- 2013: Paul McCartney live at Investors Group Field, Winnipeg, Canada
- 1969: Mixing: Oh! Darling, Because, Maxwell’s Silver Hammer
- 1968: Recording, mixing: Not Guilty
- 1968: John Lennon and Yoko Ono attend an Ossie Clark fashion show
- 1966: Live: International Amphitheatre, Chicago
- 1966: Press conference: Astor Tower Hotel, Chicago
- 1964: Radio: The Teen Scene
- 1963: Live: Odeon Cinema, Llandudno
- 1962: Live: Cavern Club, Liverpool (evening)
- 1961: Live: Aintree Institute, Liverpool
- 1960: Pete Best auditions for The Beatles
- 1960: Paul McCartney offers audition to mystery drummer
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