Sir Paul Sings at Sinatra

A music legend surprised Astoria students with a live performance last week.

MaccaNewYSir Paul McCartney, the iconic former member of The Beatles and current solo artist, rocked the Frank Sinatra School of the Arts last Wednesday.

McCartney appeared in support of his new album, appropriately titled “New,” which is his first album featuring new songs in six years.

The music legend played a 13-song set for the crowd at the school, including Beatles classics “Blackbird,” “Back in the USSR” and “Lady Madonna.” He also played Wings tracks like “Band on the Run” and three songs from his newly-released album.

From the looks of the set list, it sounds like it was a terrific show.

This QConf reporter is eternally jealous of everyone that got to witness that show live. Come back to Queens soon, Paul!