Paul McCartney Doing Better!


Sir Paul McCartney has assured his fans he is doing much better by giving them a thumbs-up as he was pictured in London. It was his first appearance since his dramatic hospitalization in Japan.

Former Beatles star looked pale and frail as he walked hand-in-hand with his wife Nancy Shevell. They took a walk in the rain on Tuesday, May 27. He managed to give a wave and a thumbs-up to photographers.

Earlier this week, Paul was jetted back to London after he was released from a hospital in Tokyo. He was treated there for a viral infection.

The 71-year old music veteran has called off his Asian tour so he could focus on his recovery.

“Paul McCartney himself hopes to return to Japan for more concerts as soon as possible,” the organizers said in a statement, adding that this would still be negotiated.

McCartney called off his sold-out Japan tour after falling ill with a viral infection, much to the disappointment of fans, some of whom had paid slightly more than $1,050 Cdn to see him.

He later went on and cancelled a concert in South Korea.

McCartney and drummer Ringo Starr are the two surviving members of the Beatles, which Guinness has ranked as the world’s biggest-selling musical group, and which broke up in 1970.

A Liverpool-born, who largely taught himself how to play, Paul has always been known for a long and versatile musical life that included a stint with the band Wings after the Beatles, also followed by a fertile solo career.

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