Sir Paul to play the Tanks
Ex-Beatle and celebrity vegetarian, Sir Paul McCartney, has agreed to play two intimate concerts at the Tank Arts Centre at Edge Hill in December.
McCartney has been an outspoken critic of the plan to turn the Tanks into a venue for grain and water storage and has kindly offered his services to the "Keep the Tanks Empty" campaign.
"We're happy to have such a distinguished activist and bass-player join the cause," said campaign chairperson Jim Anderson. "Best of all is that he's promised to play some cuts from the Back to the Egg album. This will appeal to our comrades in Albany, New York, who are fighting the same battle against the globalist wheat cartels."
McCartney is currently rocking the country on his 'Helen Wheels' tour, has not indicated whether his support act, the Alex Papps Four, would be joining him on stage at the Tanks.
Tickets are still available at www.paulmcartney.com.