planning world domination in the form of a massive farewell tour,
according to reports. His next tour, with 100 shows spreading over
two years' time, will be the Beatle’s last major musical outing, if
the rumors are to be believed. McCartney, who turns 66 this month,
plans to spend more time with his family, especially four-year-old
to a source in British newspaper the Sunday
“Paul explained that this tour will be the last big one. He wants
to settle down and enjoy Beatrice's childhood.
will be the last time he performs in many parts of the world.”
The trek is
scheduled to kick off in fall of this year, and McCartney is expected to
net over $100 million, which translates to at least $1 million per gig. Dates will
be released in a few weeks, with shows covering Europe, Australia,
South America, North America and Asia.
jaunt will be McCartney’s most extensive tour since he performed
108 shows in the United States, Europe, Japan and Brazil in 1989 and
McCartney’s daughter with ex-wife Heather Mills, is expected to
join her father for parts of the tour, as is his new flame, American
socialite Nancy Shevell, 48.
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