Sir Paul McCartney shut down Hollywood Boulevard on Monday night, September 23, as he performed on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!". The 71-year-old singer performed his songs with his former bands, The Beatles and Wings, as well as his own songs.
McCartney kicked off his show with The Beatles' "Magical Mystery Tour". He continued with other songs in his setlist, which included "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da", "Junior's Farm', "Band on the Run" and "Jet".
He also treated the crowd of 10,000 fans with live performances of "New", "Save Us" and "Everybody Out There", new tracks that were lifted from his upcoming "New" album. He closed his show with The Beatles' "Let It Be" and "Hey Jude".
Before hitting the stage of Jimmy Kimmel's show, McCartney sat down with the host to talk about his new album that will arrive on October 15. He also recalled his first visit to Los Angeles, saying, "A lot of screaming. Beautiful girls. We were young, we were healthy and we were ready to roll."
On the same day McCartney visited "Jimmy Kimmel Live!", the iconic musician shared the artwork for his "New" album. Created by visual artist Ben Ib, the bright-colored artwork was inspired by the work of sculptural artist Dan Flavin.
In addition, McCartney has revealed the tracklist of the deluxe version of "New", which includes the 12 songs he previously announced for the album's standard edition as well as two extra tunes titled "Turned Out" and "Get Me Out of Here".
Paul McCartney Performs "New" at "Jimmy Kimmel Live!":
Paul McCartney Performs "Lady Madonna" at "Jimmy Kimmel Live!":
Paul McCartney Performs "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da" at "Jimmy Kimmel Live!":
Paul McCartney Performs "Let It Be" at "Jimmy Kimmel Live!":
Paul McCartney Performs "Hey Jude" at "Jimmy Kimmel Live!":
Artwork for Paul McCartney's album "New":