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Paul McCartney plays previously unperformed Beatles songs live

During the first show of his latest world tour Paul McCartney played a number of songs by The Beatles that have never been performed live before.

Throughout the opening show of his 'Out There' tour at the Mineirão Stadium in Brazil, McCartney aired a number of songs that audiences have never heard live, until now.

Previously unperformed songs that McCartney treated a crowd of 55,000 fans to included 'Lovely Rita' and 'Being For The Benefit Of Mr Kite' – both taken from The Beatles' 1967 album 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band'.

'All Together Now' was another rarity featured in the set list as well as 'Eight Days A Week' which The Beatles performed on only one occasion in 1965.

The Beatles quit touring in 1966 with their final official concert being held on August 29, 1966 at the Candlestick Park in San Francisco.

Paul McCartney’s 'Out There' tour will visit venues in North America and Europe before finishing up on August 14 in Canada.  





Watch the trailer for Paul McCartney's 'Out There' tour below: