Unlike many of today's 'musicians', Sir Paul's concert started promptly when it was supposed to, at 8 pm. There was no opening act. Out of nowhere and all of a sudden, a man walked onstage, was joined by a few others, and before we knew it that man turned out to be the night's headliner and a musical legend was playing before us. For almost 3 hours, he rocked out on his guitar and his piano playing (by my count) about 36 songs. With pyrotechnic surprises during 'Live and Let Die', to hearing how 'Maybe I'm Amazed' was written for his late-wife, Linda, to hearing his personal account of when a former Russian President told him that the leader learned much of his English by listening to Beatles songs -- much of the sell-out crowd stood in awe as true musical genius stood before us.
It was a great, great night of genuine music.