Paul McCartney Returns to the Stage in Brazil With an Amazing 38 Song Set That Was Full of Surprises

Posted 05 May 2013 in Music + TV News


Paul McCartney returned to the stage tonight in Mineirão, Belo Horizonte, Brazil. It was his first show of 2013 and he pulled out some real gems.  He opened with “Eight Days A Week” he claimed it was only the second time that he has ever played it live. Another surprised was “Your Mother Should Know” which also was played by for the second time. It was never played by the Beatles. “Hi, Hi, Hi” hadn’t been played since 1976.

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Here’s the full set list from Brazil

  1. Eight Days a Week  (The Beatles)
  2. Junior’s Farm (Wings)
  3. All My Loving (The Beatles)
  4. Listen to What the Man Said (Wings)
  5. Let Me Roll It (Wings)
  6. Paperback Writer (The Beatles)
  7. My Valentine
  8. Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five (Wings)
  9. The Long and Winding Road (The Beatles)
  10. Maybe I’m Amazed
  11. Hope of Deliverance
  12. We Can Work It Out (The Beatles)
  13. Another Day
  14. And I Love Her (The Beatles)
  15. Blackbird (The Beatles)
  16. Here Today
  17. Your Mother Should Know (The Beatles)
  18. Lady Madonna (The Beatles)
  19. All Together Now  (The Beatles)
  20. Mrs. Vandebilt (Wings)
  21. Eleanor Rigby (The Beatles)
  22. Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite! (The Beatles)
  23. Something (The Beatles)
  24. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da  (The Beatles)
  25. Band on the Run (Wings)
  26. Hi, Hi, Hi (Wings)
  27. Back in the U.S.S.R. (The Beatles)
  28. Let It Be (The Beatles)
  29. Live and Let Die (Wings)
  30. Hey Jude (The Beatles)


  1. Day Tripper (The Beatles)
  2. Lovely Rita (The Beatles)
  3. Get Back (The Beatles)

Encore 2:

  1. Yesterday (The Beatles)
  2. Helter Skelter (The Beatles)
  3. Golden Slumbers (The Beatles)
  4. Carry That Weight (The Beatles)
  5. The End (The Beatles)



Posted by Larry Carta


  1. Greg Dray (05 May 2013, 9:15)

    Paul McCartney has had to have had one of the best lives if not THE best life in our era,or ever.He has been world famous,wealthy,had a strong family,world traveller and every blessing imagineable.I can’t imagine anyone in this world who has had a better life than Paul McCartney. Bob Hope may be close but still not as much so as Paul.

    • Larry Carta (05 May 2013, 15:31)

      Greg, I think there are millions of people that have lived a better life than Paul. Maybe not as financially successful, but happier I bet. Remember, he lost the love of his life to cancer. And also had a very close friend murdered. Not to mention, not being able to walk down the street for the last 50 years….

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