Setlist for next concert dates
Hello! First of all, I want to greet everybody. I am new in the forum. I am 36, live in Lima, Peru, and I have been a lifetime fan of Paul and the other beatles since I was a very small kid (My father, who lived in that fab four golden era and was a fan himself taught me some of their songs since I was 4 or 5 years old!). It is known that Sir Paul is coming to Lima and other countries in South America (I already have my tickets!). But I would like to know about the setlist he will be playing. Does anybody know if there is a way, from the members of this page, to have a communication with his tour team, his producers, his agent or anybody related to him? Because I would like to suggest some songs that would be terrific if he considers to play in this visit, considering the like of audience we (latin people) are. I have been in USA in the driving usa tour in 2002, and have some great memories of that experience (I think was the best setlist he has played, very balanced considering his different career eras: beatles, wings and solo).
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Welcome to the message board. I hope you have a great time at the concert. The set-list is never made know before the show - Paul seems to like springing a few surprises. As to your set-list suggestions, or those of anyone else, we have no route to forward suggestions. Fans try to influence the choices by posting ideas in topics here. Look in the Rock Show forum where we already have several similar threads offering suggestions - please add yours into one of those rather than start yet another, This is the most well supported and longest running such discussion: http://maccaboard.paulmccartney.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=58678 The final set-lists of previous concerts are in the concert thread in that forum - or read the news releases in the main site, as Paul has them posted the day after each show. Here are the news items from last November: http://www.paulmccartney.com/news.php#/2071/2010-11 Martin
Thanks a lot, Martin. I will be putting some suggestions in that thread. Considering it is the first time that Paul is coming to Peru, and a great amount of the audience are beatlemaniacs that love Paul work, it would be a sorrow that the audience would not be totally connected with the repertoire of songs, so I think there are a few songs (that are "a must") that Sir Paul should consider to play in this arena. Best wishes.