Paul McCartney Resumes Tour Post Viral Infection

Paul McCartney Resumes Tour Post Viral Infection

Singer Paul McCartney has resumed his "Out There" tour post six days of hospitalisation due to a viral infection.

McCartney, 72, who performed on July 5 for the ongoing tour, is feeling much better, reported Contactmusic.

McCartney sang a host of songs including 'Eleanor Rigby' and 'Eight Days A Week'. The three hour set also included many of his solo efforts such as his tribute to John Lennon 'Here Today'.

He is continuing his tour, the Asian leg of which had to be cancelled due to his illness.

The former Beatles star was forced to cancel a number of concerts in Japan and Korea after he came down with a viral infection on May 16.

The British music icon is set to continue touring the US and will be visiting and performing in 18 other cities including San Francisco, Los Angeles and Chicago.

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