lisalou7:There was a clip on the evening BBC news. Showed a quick frame of Bea up at a window looking down on proceedings. I 'think' I saw a glimpse of another tousled blond head next to hers. Possibly Bailey?
Anyway I'm sure Paul was surrounded by his family and they kept the little one's out of the limelight.
Can't get over how happy they looked.
One report on Yahoo said Beatrice was the flower girl. Congrats to Paul and Nancy!
oobu24:MaccaBeatles:Am I the only one that thinks in some of those pictures from a few pages back Paul looks about 15/20 years younger?
He looks FAB! And a good hair day too!
for the most part!
He does look amazing for almost 70!
Great way to celebrate John Lennon's birthday!
How about a headline of Bonnaroo?
Hey Paul. come and blow away San Diego!
As long as he can stay healthy and play he will. He says he loves it and that's why he's still touring. Correct me if I'm wrong that we have never seen the likes of this, a man pushing 70 who can still fill the biggest arenas and stadiums in the world. He's breaking all new ground. He certainly doesn't seem to be getting older except in numbers. If anything his energy and stamina has increased, and he's an inspiration to see in concert.
Beatles 1 2011 remaster digipack.
PookaDude:Went into Half-Price Books and bought the Oobu Joobu - Ecology CD! I almost don't want to open the CD. Is it rare-ish? I'm not even sure!
There are 25 for sale on amazon.com right now, starting at $3.49. It's a McCartney collectible to McCartney fans only. It was an actual radio show Paul did in the 90's, and the Ecology CD a Best Buy exclusive. Give it a listen. It's good!
Not gonna happen. Don't bother.
Ooh, good topic!
Jethro Tull - Harrah's Open Air Theater in Valley Center
Radiohead - Cricket Wireless Amphitheater Chula Vista
Bob Dylan - Qualcomm Stadium Practice Field San Diego
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band - L.A. Sports Arena
Paul McCartney - The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas
Coldplay - Verizon Amphitheater Irvine
Jesus Christ Superstar - San Diego Civic Theater
Mariah Carey - Gibson Amphitheater L.A.
Paul McCartney - Hollywood Bowl Night 2
Rush - Verizon Amphitheater Irvine
Ringo Starr and the All-Starr Band - L.A. Greek Theater
Shakira - San Diego Sports Arena
Jonsi (of Sigur Ros) - Wiltern Theater L.A.
Roger Waters - The Wall Live - Honda Center Anaheim
U2 360 Tour - Angels Stadium Anaheim
Phish - Hollywood Bowl
These were all some great shows, but the ones that were outstanding were Radiohead, Bruce Springsteen, both Paul McCartney shows, Mariah Carey, Shakira, Roger Waters, u2 and Phish. All amazing concerts!
Don't know who it will be next. Rolling Stones 50th Anniversary Tour in 2012? Keith says maybe and I've never seen them!