Sir Paul McCartney gave a private concert at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, for delegates attending the Hewlett-Packard Discover Americas trade conference at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas.
Prior to the concert, a reception for delegates at the HP conference was held at the MGM Grand. Although it was supposedly a private show, a small number of wristbands were made available to members of the public. Attendance at the conference was priced at $1,595-1,995, and the concert was watched by 9,500 people.
Hewlett-Packard has been working with McCartney to digitise his extensive music, photography, video and memorabilia collection. The Digital Library, which will contain more than a million items, will be mostly private for McCartney’s company MPL, but some elements will be made publicly available.
- ‘Hello, Goodbye’
- Junior’s Farm
- ‘All My Loving’
- Letting Go
- ‘Drive My Car’
- Sing The Changes
- Let Me Roll It
- ‘The Long And Winding Road’
- Nineteen Hundred And Eighty-Five
- Let Em In
- ‘I’ve Just Seen A Face’
- ‘And I Love Her’
- Here Today
- Dance Tonight
- ‘Eleanor Rigby’
- Band On The Run
- ‘Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da’
- ‘Back In The USSR’
- ‘A Day In The Life’/‘Give Peace A Chance’
- ‘Let It Be’
- Live and Let Die
- ‘Hey Jude’
Also on this day...
- 2018: Ringo Starr live at Flens-Arena, Flensburg, Germany
- 2018: Paul McCartney returns to Liverpool for surprise live show
- 1967: Editing, mixing: You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)
- 1966: Recording, mixing: Good Day Sunshine
- 1964: Live: Princess Theatre, Kowloon, Hong Kong
- 1964: Mixing: A Hard Day’s Night, Things We Said Today
- 1963: Live: King George’s Hall, Blackburn
- 1962: Live: Cavern Club, Liverpool (evening)
- 1961: Live: Top Ten Club, Hamburg
- 1960: Live: The Institute, Neston, Wirral
- 1957: The Quarrymen enter the TV Star Search competition
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