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Turn Me On Dead Man: Paul McCartney To Play Secret Show In Hollywood

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OG mop-top, Sir Paul McCartney, will be playing a “secret” show at Amoeba Records on Wednesday June 27th at 7:30pm. That's tomorrow to you and me, kids.

According to an LAist live-eye account, the camp out session began last night and has taken over the entire block.

Sir Beatle is on the road in support of his new album, Memory Almost Full (Hear Music), proving once and for all that he did not in fact die in 1966.

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NME confirms the show so don’t worry about being bamboozled into seeing Danzig (actually that would rule) or Ringo.

Aww, I love Ringo. He gets no respect. But he’ll be the last man standing. And you know what they say…he who last laughs, inherits the meek…. or something like that.

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