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Paul McCartney To Make Major Announcement Live and Only on MSN

  • Source: source - paulmccartney.com
Paul McCartney will go live on MSN.co.uk to reveal an extra special first-in-his-lifetime addition to his European Tour on Wednesday March 19th at 3pm UK, CET 4pm, EST 10am. The announcement is part of a series of events being hosted by MSN.co.uk, including a chance to be part of a 10,000-strong online audience to watch the most exclusive webcast event in history.

The surprise venue will be announced in a special Internet video-chat to be webcast live and exclusive from a secret London location, during rehearsals for McCartney's first UK and European Tour in 10 years - "Back in the World".

Music fans worldwide will be able to have their questions answered live during the interview and see Paul answer them directly on-screen at:

http://msn.co.uk/mccartney

Exclusive Rehearsal Footage March 25th
Fans can also win a chance to see an exclusive 40 minute McCartney rehearsal for the tour which has already wowed US audiences with 23 Beatle songs.

The performance will be the most exclusive webcast in history with only 10,000 Digital Tickets available to fans for FREE, from a potential audience on MSN of 300 million.

Win the chance to be part of the 'McCartney Experience'
Fans can win the chance to become part of the McCartney Experience which includes:
• A chance for a lucky few to meet Paul
• Tickets to the shows in the UK and Europe
• Exclusive access to the live pre-gig sound checks on the tour
PLUS a once-in-a-lifetime fans' dream opportunity, never before offered to fans in Paul McCartney's career...all will be revealed by Paul on MSN during the live webcast March 19th.

A live album from the tour is to be released on Monday March 17th 'Back In The World' alongside an accompanying live DVD ' Back In The US' which was number 1 in the US with over tripe platinum sales so far.

Paul McCartney, commenting on the forthcoming announcement, said, "I'm very excited to be starting the next leg of my world tour; we've had a lot of fun so far and I'm looking forward to more fun with new faces in new places across Europe. And it's great that through this webchat I'll get the chance to talk direct to the people who always matter most on tour " our audience. I'm looking forward to getting your questions and to answering as many as I can "

This will be McCartney's third major global event with MSN. The relationship began with his historic, record-breaking webcast from The Cavern in 1999 which played to an audience of 3.4 million worldwide and has continued with chats and backstage video from his US Tour last year.

Niall MacAnna, Special Events Producer at MSN.co.uk said, "Having a music legend like Paul McCartney, announce such a special additional tour date, allowing MSN users to chat with him online and giving us exclusive back-stage access is a real coup. MSN has become the premier online events destination and we will once again be bringing live online events with fantastic quality to the Internet millions."

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