Paul McCartney

PAUL MCCARTNEY'S HISTORIC RETURN TO THE ED SULLIVAN THEATER TAKES OVER NEW YORK CITY Paul McCartney's return to the Ed Sullivan Theater for an outdoor performance on the theater's marquee yesterday captured on The Late Show With David Letterman drew a crowd that packed Broadway from Times Square to Columbus Circle.

F or a peek at footage of the truly historic day, click here! Fans were treated not only to "Get Back" and "Sing The Changes" taped for the Late Show broadcast but to a veritable mini-concert, as Paul and the band thundered through "Coming Up," "Band On The Run," "Let Me Roll It," "Helter Skelter" and "Back In The USSR." As the NEW YORK DAILY NEWS reported in a cover story "Paul McCartney still made them twist and shout when he returned to the Ed Sullivan Theater 45 years after he and The Beatles first performed there." Look out for some exclusive footage from Paul's New York City adventure, exclusively here on

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