CHICAGO - Rosemont Horizon Stadium, December 4,
1989 - (Left) Paul sings "Fool On The Hill" high above
the Chicago audience as his psychedelic painted piano slowly rotates.
INDIANAPOLIS - Market Square Arena, February 14, 1990 (Valentine's Day) - (Center) Paul carries a heart signifying love as he strolls across the stage at the end of the show. Other band members carried hearts (love) or circles (hugs) on their posterboards.
CHICAGO - Soldier Field, July 29, 1990 - (Right) "Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight/The End"- Paul playfully shoves Robbie McIntosh and Hamish Stuart as he plays the last song during the final show of the 1989-90 World Tour.
CHICAGO - Rosemont Horizon Stadium, December 5, 1989 - (Left) Paul opens with "Figure of Eight." The stadium is filled with "48 Hours" crews as they capture Paul for television.
(Right) Rosemont Horizon Stadium,
December 3, 1989 - Paul sings "My Brave Face." The show
began with Paul walking out onstage after the movie failed to
begin. He apologized to the sold out crowd. Then he pointed out
that not only did the projector fail but his drummer Chris Whitten
had quite a nasty facial bruise from an recent accident.
LONDON, England-Wembley Arena, January 14, 1990 (Left) and (Right) - Paul sings "Jet" at one of 11 sold out Wembley shows.
(Center) - Paul greets the
enthusiastic British crowd. During the London dates celebrities
such as: Prince Andrew, Bob Geldof, Cliff Richard, Elton John,
Phil Collins, Peter Gabriel, Elvis Costello, Sting, George Martin,
Donald Sutherland, Dick Lester, Bob Hoskins and Cynthia Lennon
attended the shows.
LONDON - January 14, 1990 Wembley Arena - (Left) A personal favorite! Paul singing "Jet."
Paul and Linda would arrive
at these concerts in a helicopter that landed in the parking lot
of Wembley Stadium. Then a black Bentley filled with fresh flowers
would drive the few blocks to the arena where the star was greeted
by waiting fans.
(Center) Paul feigns fright at seeing a certain photographer, "Figure of Eight."
(Right) Paul playing his classic bass rhythms during, "Figure of Eight."
CHICAGO-Soldier Field, July 29, 1990 - Paul teases
the crowd with his pantomines after "Live and Let Die."
Should WINGS be nominated into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame? There's a debate amongst Beatles/Paul McCartney fans whether Wings is covered by Paul's induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a "solo artist." Does Wings qualify as a band and are they worthy with a string of number one hits during the '70s? Should its band members be recognized for their contributions?