New York, NY (PRWEB) July 18, 2013
After eight years, Paul McCartney is coming back to Seattle, WA with his “Out There” concert tour. The concert will be on Friday, July 19th at Safeco Field. The last time Paul McCartney came to Seattle was in 2005. The "Out There" concert tour will present fans, old and new alike, with a concert experience which is uniquely Paul McCartney. The show will have him performing songs from The Beatles and Paul McCartney and the Wings, as well as from his solo career. It will be a panorama of songs and a celebration of more than fifty years of music.
The concert at Safeco Field is set for 8:00 p.m. on Friday, July 19th. Safeco Field is also the home field for the Seattle Mariners. This will be the first time that Safeco Field hosts a big headliner for a concert at the stadium. Diehard McCartney fans in Seattle are thrilled that Paul will be performing in their hometown tomorrow night.
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Paul McCartney is considered as the most successful singer, musician, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter in the world. He has 60 certified Gold singles and he has sold more than 100 million album copies, along with more than 100 million singles copies. As a writer, he is credited with more than 180 records which reached the charts. Among those are 91 top 10 songs and 33 chart toppers. He has been in the global spotlight for most of his 50-plus years in the music industry.
On top of that, he is still performing on stage, writing songs of a wide range of genres, as well as releasing albums on an almost regular basis. Paul McCartney seems to have decided that he will not stop as a singer-songwriter even though he is already 70 years old.
He started charity work and advocacies in the 1970s, and has continued these to this day. He has contributed singles to causes, as well as performed in concerts to raise funds. In 2012, he performed in the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Concert, as the closing act. He was also closing act in the opening ceremony of the 2012 Olympic Games, where he donated his time and was compensated with a £1 fee which is equivalent to 1.57 Canadian dollars. In December, he performed as the closing act of the 12-12-12: The Concert for Sandy Relief, a benefit concert for the victims of Hurricane Sandy.
In his real-life role as an activist, he has lent a hand and his talents to raise funds for human rights, animal rights, vegetarianism, transcendental meditation, the fight against poverty, awareness of seal hunting, organic food, awareness against genetically-modified organisms, as well as land mines and political repression. He has been an major artistic force performing in fund-raising concerts like Band Aid and Live Aid.
Paul McCartney was knighted by Queen Elizabeth in 1997 and he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a solo artist in 1999. He has received awards and nominations from almost every major award-giving body. McCartney has become bigger and better through the years.
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