Paul McCartney's first concert since his illness back in May featured an impromptu onstage proposal.
Paul McCartney released a video to say he is healthy and ready to begin his U.S. tour.
It appears that Paul McCartney is not back to 100 percent perfect health. The rock legend has been forced to postpone the first two weeks of his U.S. tour this summer.
'Back to the Egg' was a million-selling, largely forgotten swansong for McCartney's '70s-era band.
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The singer's treatment for a virus has reportedly been successful, and he has left Japan.
The former Beatle is expected to make a complete recovery after contracting a virus and being hospitalized in Tokyo.
The rock legend has reportedly been admitted into a Tokyo hospital for further treatment of the virus that forced him to cancel his Far East tour.
McCartney contracted a virus last week, and was sick enough to make a rare cancellation of several individual shows.