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      June 11, 2019 - Moline, Illinois

       1 person, on stage, playing a musical instrument, night, concert and indoor

        https://qctimes.com/news/local/in-moline-mccartney-offered-a-diverse-dazzlingly-spectacular-show/article_f378b38c-4e89-57ae-9e99-37c0bdfb4d60.html#1

        The link above is to the local Quad Cities newspaper review.  Fantastic show, a couple minutes shy of 3 hours.  Paul had never been here before, so I knew a lot of people seeing him for the first time (this was my 7th), and they were all thrilled by the experience from those I have heard from today.  Clearly the voice isn't what it used to be, but it is a great show nonetheless.  Magical night.

         

          Moline or Bust!!  Just back in KC from the two day trek to see Sir Paul.  Stayed in Iowa City, about an hour away.  Skipped the limo watch this time; found a FREE parking spot about three blocks away and hit the arena about 7:45.  Small arena, only holds about 11,000, which gave the show a wonderful, close feel.  What can I say; simply amazing show.  Surrounded by tons of "first timers"; their reactions were simply priceless. Ha.  The new horn section was superb; the audience loved every second they were spotlighted; especially during "Letting Go".  So cool.  "Let 'em In" was my highlight; what a great production to this song.  I loved the opening doorbell ring; the audience went nuts!  "Dance Tonight" was another fun highlight; Abe got a standing ovation for his gyrations. Ha. Yes, Paul struggles during "Maybe I'm Amazed", but the audience around me just swooned and cried. Yes, me too.  Anyway, another great time had by all.

           

            wingsoverkc wrote:

            Moline or Bust!!  Just back in KC from the two day trek to see Sir Paul.  Stayed in Iowa City, about an hour away.  Skipped the limo watch this time; found a FREE parking spot about three blocks away and hit the arena about 7:45.  Small arena, only holds about 11,000, which gave the show a wonderful, close feel.  What can I say; simply amazing show.  Surrounded by tons of "first timers"; their reactions were simply priceless. Ha.  The new horn section was superb; the audience loved every second they were spotlighted; especially during "Letting Go".  So cool.  "Let 'em In" was my highlight; what a great production to this song.  I loved the opening doorbell ring; the audience went nuts!  "Dance Tonight" was another fun highlight; Abe got a standing ovation for his gyrations. Ha. Yes, Paul struggles during "Maybe I'm Amazed", but the audience around me just swooned and cried. Yes, me too.  Anyway, another great time had by all.

             

            Same experience in Lexington.  You can really pick out the first timers with the explosions during Live and Let Die. 

              forget 64 wrote:

              wingsoverkc wrote:

              Moline or Bust!!  Just back in KC from the two day trek to see Sir Paul.  Stayed in Iowa City, about an hour away.  Skipped the limo watch this time; found a FREE parking spot about three blocks away and hit the arena about 7:45.  Small arena, only holds about 11,000, which gave the show a wonderful, close feel.  What can I say; simply amazing show.  Surrounded by tons of "first timers"; their reactions were simply priceless. Ha.  The new horn section was superb; the audience loved every second they were spotlighted; especially during "Letting Go".  So cool.  "Let 'em In" was my highlight; what a great production to this song.  I loved the opening doorbell ring; the audience went nuts!  "Dance Tonight" was another fun highlight; Abe got a standing ovation for his gyrations. Ha. Yes, Paul struggles during "Maybe I'm Amazed", but the audience around me just swooned and cried. Yes, me too.  Anyway, another great time had by all.

               

              Same experience in Lexington.  You can really pick out the first timers with the explosions during Live and Let Die. 

              Yes! LOL   Same with Maybe I'm Amazed. There is always someone near me at every single show that sighs, says "omg!" or has some other excited reaction when he starts that song. 

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