Wednesday , November 21 2018 Ausdroid » News » You’ll be able to watch Paul McCartney live in concert via YouTube this week

It’s not often you get to see an icon of rock & roll perform live in concert, but you’ll be able to do so virtually this Saturday with Paul performing a concert in New York that will be live-streamed on YouTube

For those tuning in this Saturday morning at 10:30am AEST, you’ll be able to watch Paul McCartney belt out hits from his Beatles and Wings days as well as from his upcoming new album Egypt Station.

The graphic for the placeholder says ‘YouTube Originals’ which indicates you may need to have a YouTube Premium subscription, but there’s not much more information, so we suggest just trying to see what happens.

If you want to pre-order Egypt Station you can do so from a number of places including through Google Play where it costs AUD$12.99, and it will be added to your profile when it launches.

Source: Paul McCartney (YouTube).
Via: Engadget.

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