Where? The roof of the Ed Sullivan Theatre
Sir Paul McCartney has performed on the roof of the Ed Sullivan Theatre the same venue which made the Beatles stars across America after 74 million viewers tuned into their appearance there in 1964.
The former Beatle performed nearly a whole set for the 'Late Show with David Letterman' while hundreds of fans lined the streets to catch a glimpse of their idol performing live. Sir Paul said to the crowd: "Shouldn't you be at work?" To which they responded "No!"
It isnt the first time McCartney has played a gig on a roof he and his fellow Beatles let loose on the roof of the Apple building in 1969 for the documentary film 'Let It Be'.
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