After suffering from a viral infection the singer is back in good health and has resumed his tour
Singer Paul McCartney, 72, is back on the road after being hospitalised in May with a viral infection.
The former Beatles band member resumed his ‘Out There’ tour Saturday when he performed in Albany here, reports a portal.
He is evidently feeling much better after his health scare in May which landed him in a Tokyo hospital for six days. McCartney was forced to cancel a number of concerts in Japan and Korea.
The British music icon is set to continue touring the US and will be performing in 18 other cities including San Francisco, Los Angeles and Chicago. The ‘Out there’ tour is set to end in the US Oct 30.