La tourne On The Run dbutera les 15 et 16 juillet au Yankee Stadium de New York; ces spectacles qui seront les premiers de Paul cet endroit, rappellent les trois concerts lgendaires que McCartney donna au Citi Field (New York), les 17, 18 et 21 juillet 2009, qui furent immortaliss par le CD/DVD intitul "Good Evening New York" gagnant d'un Grammy et certifi or. Le concert de McCartney au Centre Bell sera tout aussi attendu que celui du 12 aot dernier, donn guichets ferms, et qui avait ravi autant le public que la critique. Mentionnons que son dernier passage Montral remontait 1989. Nul doute qu'on pourra entendre tous ses plus grands succs mais aussi des surprises, des chansons des Beatles, celles des Wings ainsi que des pices de sa carrire en solo. McCartney a rcemment termin sa tourne Up and Coming en ayant donn plus d'une trentaine de spectacles pour plus de 1,000,000 fans. les Beatles": Paul "Wix" Wickens (claviers, guitares, percussion, harmonica et voix), Rusty Anderson (guitare et voix), Abe Laboriel Jr. (batterie et voix) et Brian Ray (guitare, basse et voix). J'adore Paul McCartney, et je serai au rendez vous pour les deux spectacles. Ce sera mes 4e et 5e spectacles de Paul. J'ai vraiment hte. Chaque spectacle de Paul McCartney est unique et magique en soi. C'est un vnement et il faut y tre. Le spectacle dure 3h et la lgende interprte plusieurs succs des Beatles mais aussi quelques unes des wings ainsi que de sa carrire solo. L'an dernier, j'ai passe une journe de rve en assistant au test de son et en ayant un sige dans les premires ranges tout juste devant la scne. Comme cerise sur le sundae, j'ai eu l'honneur et le privilge d'tre invite sur scne par Paul McCartney lui mme. Devant les 17 000 personnes prsents au Centre Bell, Sir Paul a sign mon costume Sgt Pepper et il m'a pris dans ses bras. Ce fut les 10 plus belles secondes de ma vie. Se retrouver sur scne avec Paul McCartney, ne serait ce que pour quelques secondes, c'est inestimable. C'est l'instant d'une vie. Bref, je ne crois pas vivre un moment tout aussi magique cette anne, mais un show de Paul McCartney a demeure un moment privilgi et magique! Fans des Beatles, ou fans des Wings, tout le monde trouvera son compte au spectacle de Paul McCartney! 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After beating Rangers 36 24 in the preliminary final at the weekend, the Emus have booked themselves a re match against Bears in Saturday's competition decider at Heritage Oval. And, with the knowledge the semi final defeat didn't kill off his team's 2009 premiership aspirations, McKinnon is confident the loss has only made them stronger. "We have got the monkey off our back now. I'm glad the undefeated tag is gone," McKinnon said. "It was good we lost that one (the semi final) because it puts all the pressure on Bears now in the grand final. "When we were against Bears two weeks ago all the pressure was on us and it got to us we didn't play to our game plan at all. "Our defence was a bit ordinary against Rangers but we will cope a lot better with everything now the pressure and the expectations aren't on us." It hasn't been long between grand final meetings for Goondiwindi and Toowoomba City, with their last title clash in 2007 when the Emus won the Risdon Cup bragging rights. 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