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Paul McCartney to Stream Live Performance on iTunes

Written on February 08, 2012 by R. Depp

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The former Beatle member launches his latest album with the help of Apple.

Since Apple and The Beatles bury the hatchet in 2007, the Cupertino-based company hasn’t stopped supporting the band and its surviving members. In 2010, Apple added the band’s 13 studio albums to iTunes. Currently, the company is giving its full support for the promotion of Paul McCartney’s latest endeavor. His performance at the Capitol Studios in Hollywood, CA on February 9 will be streamed on iTunes.

The album entitled Kisses on the Bottom showcases 16 songs. McCartney’s new album centered on his attempt to revive classics from the “the great American Songbook.” Four out of sixteen songs were his original compositions.

The album will hit stores on February 6 and will be available on iTunes for $9.99.

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