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After 35 shows, seven months and four continents, there’s simply no slowing down Paul McCartney—and that’s something for which we should all be grateful.

Concert review: Paul McCartney at T-Mobile Arena (June 28)

June 30th, 2019

After 35 shows, seven months and four continents, there’s simply no slowing down Paul McCartney—and that’s something for which we should all be grateful.

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