Stadium, Anaheim California, April 17, 1993. Soundcheck before
the show - Paul finishes "Bring It To Jerome."
(Center) MILWAUKEE, Wisconsin, County Stadium, June 2, 1993. "Drive My Car"- Paul does his "rock star" pose for the "wet" photographers. This concert was nearly cancelled at the last moment because of rain shorting out the sound system.
(Right) LONDON, England, Earls Court September 14, 1993. Paul recognizes a familiar face in the photo pit.
LONDON, Earls Court September 14, 1993. (Left) Paul close-up
singing "Coming Up." There were only three London shows
and the last show had a party afterwards where Paul met up with
(Right) LONDON, Earls Court September 15, 1993. Robbie McIntosh and Paul share lead guitar on "Sgt.Pepper."
(Left) KANSAS CITY,
Missouri, Arrowhead Stadium, May 31, 1993 - Paul announces, "Let
Me Roll It." The highlight of this show was Paul singing
"Kansas City." KC was the only city on the 1993 tour
where he sang this song.
(Center) LONDON, Earls Court, September 14, 1993 - Paul sees something that amuses him during "Coming Up."
At the London concerts, no platform was used during "Let Me Roll It" and "Hey Jude." Also missed at the shows was the brightly painted psychedelic piano.
(Right) MILWAUKEE - Paul stays dry during "Drive My Car," while the audience endures continuous rain throughout the entire concert. Paul comments during the show that he's never seen such a "nice collection of raincoats."
(Left) LAS CRUCES,
New Mexico, Aggie Stadium, April 20, 1993 - Paul on a moving platform
high above the crowd, encourages the audience in a sing-along
during "Hey Jude."
(Right) HOLLYWOOD BOWL,"Earth Day Concert" April 16, 1993 Hollywood California - Ringo joins Paul on stage for the grand finale during "Hey Jude." (see 1976 for another photo of Ringo on stage with Paul)
(Left) MILWAUKEE -
"...some peace and understanding," Paul raises his hand
in a peace sign at the end of "Coming Up." Click on
this photo to see Paul in animation.
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(Right) LONDON, Earls Court, September 15, 1993 - Paul sings "Penny Lane."
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?