Paul McCartney gives peace a chance at Vancouver concert

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Paul McCartney just played what is arguably the greatest Beatles song ever, "A Day In the Life". He tossed in a snippet of John Lennon's "Give Peace a Chance", and—with a giant peace sign behind the stage—the crowd responded like it thought that would be a good idea. Now he's doing "Let it Be", which is arguably the greatest... Oh, never mind.

Steve Newton is filing items of interest from the Paul McCartney show at B.C. Place. Check out his full review tomorrow and follow him on Twitter @earofnewt (if you feel like it).

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Marian

Nov 26, 2012 at 1:14pm

Fantastic concert . Much better than expected, his energy level is unbelievable. Incredible supporting group of excellent musicians. Best concert in a very long time. 3 hours straight had the crowd on their feet.

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Dianne

Nov 28, 2012 at 11:52am

Absolutely amazing concert by a brilliant performer and wonderful musicians. Surpassed anything I had dreamed it would be !

chelsea andrews

Nov 29, 2012 at 5:09pm

had my daughter, seen RUSH at the Gorge, got clean and sober, and NOW i can say i seen the best show in the world, Paul McCartney. BUCKET LIST DONE! lol gotta come up with a new list hahaha AMAZING show :) love u paul!!!

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