Paul McCartney Postpones Show



Sir Paul McCartney has postponed his show in South America because the plane with his equipment was late.

Star was due to perform in Santiago, Chile on Monday, April 21. The concert was, however postponed only hours before show time at the city’s Movistar Arena.

McCartney’s team took to to announce the change and blamed it on logistical difficulties.

Statement reads, “Paul’s show in Chile tonight is postponed until Wednesday this week. This is due to the plane carrying equipment failing to arrive on time.”

Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr reunited to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Beatles and their first appearance on U.S. small screens in a show that aired in February 2014.

The Beatles, including the late John Lennon and George Harrison, changed music on February 9, 1964, when they made their debut on The Ed Sullivan Show in New York City.

The influential moment for the British band was remembered throughout the two and a half-hour special that featured artists covering Beatles songs and interviews about their historic appearance.

McCartney and shared the stage for ‘With A Little Help From My Friends’, the song written by Lennon and McCartney.

“We were in a band and it was called the Beatles. Whenever we play, John and George are always with us. It was always John, George, Paul and Ringo,” Ringo said then.

The two surviving members of the Beatles also joined up for ‘Hey, Jude’ with McCartney on the piano.

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