Last night, Beatle mania captured New York City for the first time in years.
Paul McCartney performed on The Late Show with David Letterman on the roof of the Ed Sullivan Theater. It was the first time in 45 years that Paul returned to the famous theater where he made his first American television appearance with The Beatles in 1964!
Only two of his numbers, the famed, "Get Back," and one of his new songs, "Sing the Changes," were shown on television, but he actually performed over 30 minutes of music for the frenzied crowd gathered in the streets. From Beatles classics like "Helter Skelter" and "Back in the USSR," to "Band on the Run," a song he recorded with his second rock group, Wings, Paul didn't disappoint!
Beatles fans everywhere should be proud: he may be getting older, but he's still got it!