Paul McCartney Plays ‘A Hard Day’s Night’ Live For The First Time In Over 50 Years [Watch]

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first_imgDespite an entire album and movie named after it, the Beatles song “A Hard Day’s Night” had not been performed since a San Francisco, CA show in 1965. That all changed last night, when Paul McCartney opened up his One on One tour at the Save Mart Center in Fresno, CA.For his first-ever stop in Fresno, McCartney revived “A Hard Day’s Night” for the very first song selection of the night. Watch video below, via SSTLSD:The set featured a number of bust outs, including the first-ever solo version of “Love Me Do,” and a handful of songs that hadn’t been seen in some time, like “Here There and Everywhere,” “You Won’t See Me,” “I’ve Got A Feeling” and more. He also performed “FourFiveSeconds,” a collaborative track released with Kanye West and Rihanna, as well as “Queenie Eye” from his newest solo release. You can see more information on the setlist.fm listing below.Watch a handful of videos from the night:In Spite Of All The Danger / You Won’t See MeMaybe I’m Amazed (Partial)First half of the concert:Setlist:Edit this setlist | More Paul McCartney setlistslast_img

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