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April 8, 2014 7:27 AM

Paul McCartney coming to Louisville

McCartney, 71, has played Lexington once, at Rupp Arena on a 1990 tour that marked the first time he had played quite a bit of Beatles material live since the band's 1970 breakup. He also performed a May 1993 show at Cincinnati's now-demolished Riverfront Stadium. According to a Live Nation statement, this will be McCartney's first appearance in Louisville.

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