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Paul McCartney plays to a full house in Helsinki

One of popular music's greatest legends, Paul McCartney, entertained a full house on Monday evening at the Helsinki Arena stadium. This was the ex-Beatles' third performance in Finland.

Paul performed a selection of hits both from his days as a member the fab four and from his time as frontman of the seventies band Wings.

McCartney was in good voice and also surprised the audience with a number of lines in Finnish.

McCartney's last appearance in Finland was at the Olympic Stadium in June 2004.

His current On the Run tour, which started off in America will now proceed to Moscow before returning home to Britain for Christmas.

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One of popular music's greatest legends, Paul McCartney, entertained a full house on Monday evening at the Helsinki Arena stadium. This was the ex-Beatles' third performance in Finland.