They loved him, yeah, yeah, yeah 11,000 go wild for Paul McCartney
Paul McCartney took the stage Monday night at Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln wearing a Husker red jacket and said “Go Big Red!” before launching into a three-hour performance.
Paul McCartney performs at Pinnacle Bank Arena
Before the Paul McCartney's show at the Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln on Monday, fans streamed in from the Haymarket. They sipped beers in the Railyard. They greeted old friends on R Street, which was rechristened Abbey Road by the city for the occasion. Inside the arena, they formed a crush around merchandise booths. They sported Beatles T-shirts, signs professing love for Sir Paul and shirts emblazoned with McCartney’s face.
Posted: Tuesday, July 15, 2014 1:00 am
LINCOLN — Paul McCartney is pop music’s most enduring songwriter.
And he’s probably its best. Everyone that saw him Monday night could tell you that. He brought unforgettable moments to life as he sat behind a piano and sang “Let It Be” and when he leaned out into the crowd and showed us that “Hey Jude” is the greatest singalong song of all time.
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