It should never be about the money for Australian fans.We appreciate its a massive expense to tour Australia.Loyalty works both ways and after 23 years, the fans that love Pauls solo, Wings and Beatles music deserve like the Europeans, North Americans, South Americans, Japanese and Koreans the opportunity to see the One on One tour .
I'm not one of them. I would never lose interest.Ive seen Wings in 1975 at Elb Myer Music Bowl at the MELB CRICKET GROUND in 1993, had a ticket for the postponed (but yet to be rescheduled )Etihad Stadium gig in 2002, Live Aid 1985 , knebworth and Liverpool 1990.Im a born optimist and hope the drought will soon be over 😄
Feeling optimistic the drought will be over and hoping when it is ,it will be at least 2 shows in each city not the ridiculous 1 show theme in 1 or 2 major cities only.For Melbourne, Rod Lavers Arena sounds great. Imagine The Palais in St. Kilda ?
For selfish reasons - I live in Elwood near the Palais Theatre.
However if it's good enough for Bob Dylan,Leonard Cohen, Ry Cooder, CSN,, Joni Mitchell, Jackson Browne, Brian Wilson I would say it's good enough for Paul McCartney and certainly Ringo.
That's so funny
Please PM me and we can catch up !
Yes indeed 2002 was never a tour.I had great tickets for Etihad stadium in Melbourne.
We were lied to by the management team and told unequivocally that the shows were postponed.Wow 14 years is a long postponement !
How about the management team being authentic and honoured their commitment.
How many times since 2002 has Paul toured The States, South America, Europe and Japan and left loyal Australian fans in the lurch ?
I'm a huge fan of Macca. I've seen Wings in Melbourne in 1976 & Macca at the MCG in 1983,
Live aid , Liverpool and at Knebworth in 1990.
It disappoints me so much that the Aussie fans are totally disregarded and treated with disdain. In contrast I saw The Boss last night at AAMI Park in Melbourne. He puts on 3 hr plus shows and displays nothing but love & respect to his fans as he did 2 years previously and the 4 other tours since 2002.Paul could learn a lesson from your friend Bruce!
Sorry my error 1975 Myer music bowl and 1993 MCG
Fly Paul Fly to Australia:its amazing to consider that Paul might think that we dont care or are not worth his while. The reason is easy, the Australian media dont feature Paul or play him on radio, probably not since Flaming Pie. But for the beatles factor alone he would easily sell out venues.
Look at Midnight Oil selling out all over the world and they havent toured in 15 years!
So ludicrous.PM is so close to Australia & NZ. You would think the only people who love PM & Beatles music reside in Japan, North & South America as they are the only people who these days actually get to see a show