Paul McCartney has resumed his Out There tour in the US after being forced to take nearly two months off due to a virus that left him in hospital.
Paul McCartney, 72, played an arena in Albany, New York, on Saturday night as part of his Out There tour.
He called off the Japan leg of the tour and a South Korea show after falling ill on May 16 and later postponed a number of US dates.
Paul McCartney spent six days in a Tokyo hospital being treated for the viral infection.
Before his illness, Paul McCartney had last performed on May 1 in Costa Rica.
He opened the show at the Times Union Centre with Beatles’ hit Eight Days a Week and dedicated a song, My Valentine, to wife Nancy Shevell.
Paul McCartney has 19 performances scheduled for the US, including at Candlestick Park in San Francisco, where the Beatles played their final full concert in 1966.
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