Transcript for Paul McCartney Amazes Fans With Energetic Return to the Stage
Paul Mccartney may have been sidelined by a virus but that was so yesterday. Ba-dum-dum. He's rocking out a sold out show in Albany and ABC's Sara Haines is here with more. Great to see him back on the stage doing what he does best. If age was supposed to slow him down someone should probably let him know. ? Ain't got nothing but love babe eight days a week ? Reporter: 72 never sounded so good as Paul Mccartney returned to the stage last night performing in Albany, New York. ? Let it be let it be let it be let it be ? Reporter: It was just seven weeks ago when Mccartney had a hard day's night canceling a show in Tokyo after being hospitalized for a viral infection. It's important to not let the fans down and I think it would have to sake something serious to cancel a show. He always wants to be there for the people would want to see him. Reporter: After his illness he released this video promising his fans a return. Feeling great. Rocking and rolling. ? yeah. Reporter: Fans were eager to show they still love him. ? When I'm 64 ? Reporter: Despite turning 72 just two weeks ago and performing for more than 50 years, it seems this rocker would rather work eight days a week than consider retirement. And that's exactly the song Mccartney opened with in Albany. Donning black jeans and a sky blue blazer. ? and he took off that blazer one time and joked with the audience that it was his one wardrobe change. His tour continues on Monday in Pittsburgh then on to Chicago for a Wednesday show and he's not slowing down at all. Yeah. Not at all. Going to work eight days a week. If it were possible I think we'd all be working eight days a week. Sara is not slowing down.
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