Sir Paul McCartney showed he has recovered from the virus that left him hospitalized in Japan when he returned to the stage for a concert in Albany, New York, on Saturday.
The Beatles legend, 72, took two months out from his world tour to recuperate after spending six days in a Tokyo medical center in May, suffering from a viral infection.
He was forced to axe concerts in Japan and South Korea, along with seven shows in the U.S., but he resumed his Out There tour in Albany on Saturday. During the gig he dedicated the song "My Valentine" to his wife Nancy Shevell.
McCartney is due to perform 19 shows on the U.S. leg of his tour. Copyright WENN.com