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April 3, 2002 Tomorrow's News...Today

Paul McCartney says hello hello with Hello Goodbye

Paul McCartney began his first tour in nine years Monday (4/1) in  
Oakland, California and welcomed the crowd with his 1967 Beatles  
classic "Hello Goodbye".

The show continued to pack punch as he then went into Wings "Jet"  
followed up with "All My Loving".

McCartney was playing to about 14,000 fans at the Arena in Oakland,  
across the bay from San Francisco and acknowledged the loss of loved  
ones as part of the show. He included tributes to his late wife Linda  
dedicating "My Love" to her, he performed "Here Today", a song in  
wrote about John Lennon but until last night had never been performed  
live and he sang George Harrison's classic "Something" accompanied  
only by a ukelele.

It's impossible for the Beatle to perform every song you want to hear  
but he tried hard. The setlist included "I Saw Here Standing There,  
Hey Jude, Mother Natures Son, Let It Be, Blackbird, Can't Buy Me  
Love, You Never Give Me Your Money, Lady Madonna, Sgt Pepper and The  
End". His solo material also pleased the crowd "Live and Let Die, Let  
Me Roll It, Coming Up, and Everynight" and he sprinkled in his new  
material including "Freedom", "Driving Rain", "Your Loving Flame" and  
"Vanilla Sky".

Here is the complete setlist

Hello Goodbye
All My Loving
Getting Better
Coming Up
Let Me Roll It
Lonely Road
Driving Rain
Loving Flame
Every Night
We Can Work It Out
Mother Nature's Son
Vanilla Sky
You Never Give Me Your Money/Carry That Weight
The Fool On the Hill (with Magical Mystery Tour footage on screen)
Here Today (John Lennon Tribute)
Something (George Harrison tribute)
Eleanor Rigby
Here There and Everywhere
Band On The Run
Back In The USSR
Maybe I'm Amazed
C Moon
My Love
Can't Buy Me Love
Live and Let Die
Let It Be
Hey Jude

Long And Winding Road
Lady Madonna
I Saw Her Standing There

(switches to Les Paul guitar)
Sgt. Peppers Reprise/The End


Dylan Returns to the Big Screen

Songwriter to make first starring role in fifteen years

Bob Dylan has signed on for a starring role in a film called Masked  
and Anonymous -- his first major acting gig in fifteen years.

Dylan will play Jack Fate, a blues musician whose manager helps him  
break out of prison to perform one last show. The film is being  
directed by Seinfeld producer-director Larry Charles, who scored a  
coup in 1999 when he got Dylan to make a cameo on Dharma and Greg.

Previously Dylan appeared in Sam Peckinpah's 1973 western, Pat  
Garrett and Billy the Kid, 1978's Renaldo and Clara (which he also  
directed) and 1987's Hearts of Fire.

In other movie-related Dylan news, he's recorded a song for Divine  
Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood. The soundtrack is being produced by  
T Bone Burnett.

JENNY ELISCU/Rolling Stone


Neil Young to perform two intimate shows in London

The Brixton Academy will play host to Neil Young when he rolls  
through London for two intimate shows in May.

Following another landmark US tour with Crosby, Still & Nash, Young  
will perform two solo shows on May 21 and 22 to mark the release of his new album "Are You Passionate?". Tickets are 35.

Young also plans on touring solo across the USA from June.

His new album "Are You Passionate?" featuring Booker T & The MGs is  
released worldwide next Monday.


Van Morrison's Down The Road Hits Record Stores May 14

Van Morrison returns with a new album, Down the Road, slated for a  
May 14 release on Universal.

The album includes 13 new songs, as well as covers of Hoagy  
Carmichael's classic "Georgia on My Mind," which Morrison has  
regularly performed live, and Acker Bilk's "Evening Shadows," an  
instrumental song that Morrison added his own lyrics to. Bilk is  
featured on the track performing a clarinet solo.

The first single from the album, "Hey Mr. DJ," will hit radio on April 16.

Down the Road track listing:

1. "Down the Road"
2. "Meet Me in the Indian Summer"
3. "Steal My Heart Away"
4. "Hey Mr. DJ"
5. "Talk Is Cheap"
6. "Choppin' Wood"
7. "What Makes the Irish Heart Beat"
8. "All Work and No Play"
9. "Whatever Happened to PJ Proby?"
10. "The Beauty of the Days Gone By"
11. "Georgia"
12. "Only a Dream"
13. "Man Has to Struggle"
14. "Evening Shadows"
15. "Fast Train"

you can catch Van in Europa NOW with Dawn Patrol's
bass legend David Hayes holdin down the bottom end
had a top secret plan to go to amsterdamo to catch
them this week life got in the way BIGtime

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