McTavish: Why McCartney Still Matters or ‘To Sir Paul with Love’

A good number of unsold tickets remain to behold Paul McCartney and his mostly baby boomer fans recalling when they were young courtesy of the septuagenarian ex-Beatle
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8 Responses to McTavish: Why McCartney Still Matters or ‘To Sir Paul with Love’

  1. Anonymous says:

    At first blush on CL it looks to be a buyers market.
    The Beatles tribute band in Branson gave me chills to the tune of $30.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Paul McCartney relevant? He’s the cosmic microwave background radiation to the Beatles’ Big Bang. Good luck getting anyone to care about anything he’s done in the last 30 years. Do you really want to hear him sing “Hey Jude” again? He’s a museum exhibit for old people, and those ticket prices are absolutely ridiculous.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Yeah, Jupiter, you’re probably right. But when today’s musical standards are Lady GGGaga, give me irrelevant anyday. I just wonder how much of todays music will be relevant in 30 years, either. The Beatles will played on whatever constitues radio in 50 years. I doubt anyone from today will be. Excuse me, now get off my lawn.

  4. Anonymous says:

    He probably cost himself a few ticket sales with his comments at the whithouse a few weeks ago about how smart obama is while BP is trashing the gulf coast and Obama is doing such a great job taking care of the problem. Just sayin

  5. Anonymous says:

    Have to agree with Randy on this one. The prices are way too much. For that kind of money, they should be serving dinner with him at the same table!

    I’ve seen him in town twice, when he was much hotter. Now I have to watch my money in retirement. But I did love his concerts in yesteryear. And the Stones. And remember JJ belting her songs and drinking Jack on stage at KCK’s Memorial Hall while I was in town on leave, like it was yesterday. She invited us all to her house. I was on the front row…and discovered on that night how fans go bananas over rock artists, even ugly ones. Course soldiers aren’t quite as descriminating as others. I daydreamed to meet her at her Cali house, but of course I was Leavin on a Jetplane that next day– an overwater westbound hop.

    Now I’d sure pay $259 to see HER again. Or wait awhile and see her for free.

    Sir Paul? Not so much.

  6. Anonymous says:

    the last…the only…the greatest songwriter
    to ever live. And even with age…he’s still
    the best.
    Saw Billy Joel and Elton John in las vegas
    at caesars…have seen great artists…but none
    come close to mccartney.
    Undoubtedly he could still be writing great music
    but the music he made for the last 50 years
    has become standards…nothing close…noone
    better…and still an experience to see him.
    For those wanting to catch a glimpse of him
    before the show…his jet arrives between 4-4:30
    pm at the downtown airport on a Signature
    Flight Support jet…look for the large yellow
    wings…sometim es he stop to sign autographs
    before heading to his hotel …depends on his
    saw him at red rocks in denver…greatest concert

  7. Anonymous says:

    If you’re judging today’s music standards by Lady Gaga, you’re not listening to today’s music.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Really Really Really Really glad I went. What a stud. EOM

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