UK Today News: Sir Paul McCartney is set to perform his smallest gig in 10 years, at the 100 Club in London. The Beatles singer is reportedly performing at a British venue which has a capacity of 300 and which is also at the verge of being shut down.
“I’m looking forward to being able to interact with fans on a face-to-face basis, not to mention the smell of sweat and beer,” Sir Paul McCartney said. In an attempt to save the club from closure, the club has received support from Ronnie Wood of the Rolling Stones fame and Oasis singer Liam Gallagher.
Over the past 70 years, the 100 Club has hosted many concerts which included bands like The Rolling Stones, The Who, The Sex Pistols, Louis Armstrong, Oasis and Metallica. After Sir Paul McCartney performed at the Cavern Club in Liverpool in 1999, this will become the next smallest gig for the musician.
A recent Ronnie Wood performance on the stage of 100 Club has given a good boost to the campaign.