LISTEN: iHeartRadio Secret Sessions with Paul McCartney

On September 7th, Paul McCartney released his 18th solo album 'Egypt Station,' giving New York City fans a 'little' treat. 

From Meryl Streep to Jimmy Fallon and Jon Bon Jovi, friends and fans alike were there for the once-in-a-lifetime show at Manhattan's Grand Central Station.

The former Beatle was filming a YouTube livestream concert and wanted to make sure it went smoothly, so he gave the crowd instructions. His plan was to begin the broadcast alone, with the audience in complete silence. "Then I'll just move a little more over this way and sing, 'Hey Jude…'" he explained. "And you’ll sing, 'Don’t make it bad…' And that’s your big moment!" Only, that was its only moment. Aside from the intro tease, he didn't play the iconic song.

Fans can listen to a special broadcast of the super special concert by tuning into iHeartRadio's Classic Rock Station, on September 15th at 9AM AEST. 

Paul McCartney at Grand Central Terminal Set List

A Hard Day’s Night

Hi, Hi, Hi

Can’t Buy Me Love

Letting Go

I’ve Got a Feeling

Come on to Me

My Valentine

Nineteen Hundred and Eighty Five

From Me to You (first U.S. performance since 1964)

Love Me Do

FourFiveSeconds

Blackbird

Dance Tonight

Who Cares

I Saw Her Standing There

Fuh You

Back in the U.S.S.R.

Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da

Birthday

Lady Madonna

Let It Be

Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)

Helter Skelter

Golden Slumbers

Carry That Weight

The End

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