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Paul McCartney reveals new tour dates
Paul McCartney has unveiled the first two dates of his 2010 “Up and Coming” tour, which gets underway next month.
The former Beatle will return to the road beginning with a March 29 concert in Glendale, AZ, a performance that will be his first in that state since 2005. From there, he’ll tackle a March 30 gig at Los Angeles’ Hollywood Bowl, a venue he hasn’t played since 1993.
McCartney first appeared at the Hollywood Bowl when The Beatles performed there in August of 1964, and again in 1965. Those shows were recorded for a live album that didn’t surface until 1977.
McCartney’s just-announced shows represent the first two dates on what a press release describes as an “extensive” 2010 roadtrip, further details of which will be posted at McCartney’s website “soon.”
Last year, McCartney spent five weeks on the road during his “Summer Live ’09” tour, which included a run of shows at New York’s Citi Field Stadium that were recorded for the gold-certified CD/DVD set “Good Evening New York City.”