Sir Paul will begin his first European tour in a decade in Paris this evening. He has promised to perform at least 22 Beatles songs during the tour as well as tunes from his Wings and solo releases, many of which have never been performed in Europe before. Sir Paul told the press:"I don't necessarily have to do the same numbers every night, if I can I'll change it around I might. But knowing me I do get set in a pattern because I just look to see what goes down well. The worst moment is when you're in a hotel somewhere that's not really brilliant, and you're getting a bit bored and you're thinking, 'I've got horses at home where I live, and I don't half love going in the woods on them'. You know, you think, 'What the hell am I doing here?' But everyone gets that, that's touring. But having said that, we try to get it at a good enough level and have enough days off to enjoy it. I don't work like I used to - with the Beatles it used to be every day of the year!"
(kindly submitted by PLUGGED correspondent Joan M. Hopkins)
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