Paul McCartney's manager Scott Rodger has confirmed that the former Beatle will re-issue two of his classic albums next year. During an interview with TWiMusic, Rodger revealed that both Wings Over America and Rock Show will see new releases.
For the Rock Show release, the McCartney camp will offer a selection of previously unreleased material that was cut from the first album due to time constraints. There will also be a live DVD filmed during the shows for the live album. Rodger also confirmed that Sir Paul is currently working on songs for a new album due out sometime next year.
Paul has also confirmed that he will close out the opening ceremonies to the London Olympics. Speaking with BBC 5, he said "I've been booked" and explained that he would be "closing the opening" of the special event.
The opening ceremony is July 27 in East London and has an "Isles of Wonder" theme. The ceremony is being staged by Trainspotting and Slumdog Millionaire director, Danny Boyle, who is also the event's artistic director.
by RTT Staff Writer
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