Sir Paul McCartney, the legendary former member of The Beatles, is coming back to the stage in 13 U.S. cities as part of his “Got Back” tour, inspired either by his classic song “Get Back” or the Sir Mix-A-Lot single “Baby Got Back” (probably the first one). The concert series celebrates his latest solo album, 2020’s McCartney III, and showcases hits from throughout his career (yes, you can expect to hear some Beatles hits during his set). On June 4, he’ll be playing a show at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, NY.
During the Sixties, McCartney and John Lennon made a prolific songwriting duo as half of the Beatles, achieving global fame with George Harrison and Ringo Starr in one of the most influential pop bands of our era. Between 1963 and 1970, the Fab Four released 13 albums, and after the Beatles broke up — you can watch more on that in the “Get Back” documentary streaming on HBO Max — McCartney furthered his artistic legacy by creating his second-act band Paul McCartney and the Wings, as well as by embarking on a prolific solo career.