Paul McCartney Live at the Apollo


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On December 13 at 8:00 pm ET, history will be made. For the first time in his career, Paul McCartney will perform at Harlem's world famous Apollo Theater, at an exclusive live concert event for SiriusXM listeners. This very special, invitation-only concert will celebrate SiriusXM reaching 20 million subscribers, a milestone the company expects to achieve shortly. As a thank you to its loyal subscribers, SiriusXM will broadcast the concert LIVE nationwide, as well as offer a few lucky subscribers the opportunity to attend this historic event in person.

One Grand Prize winner will be awarded a paid trip to New York City for four people, two nights lodging, four tickets to this exclusive concert, a subscription to “Everything Plus The Best Of" Sirius or XM in a Lifetime Plan, good for the lifetime of your radio, and an autographed copy of the just-released Band On The Run Deluxe Edition Box Set. One hundred twenty-five First Prize winners will be awarded two tickets to the exclusive concert.

The Grand Prize winner will also have an opportunity to be a Guest DJ on “Paul McCartney's Band on the Run Radio," a limited-engagement, 24/7 commercial-free music channel devoted to Paul McCartney's legendary and expansive music catalog, including music from his solo records, tracks from every Wings album as well as the iconic songs he recorded with The Beatles.

The channel's launch coincides with the recent re-issue of Paul McCartney & Wings' number one album, Band on the Run, the first title to be released as part of an extensive overhaul of McCartney's complete catalog of solo recordings. The month-long channel will also feature a behind-the-scenes look at the making of this landmark album, hosted by McCartney himself, as well as newly-discovered live performances of Wings tracks recorded at Abbey Road Studios from The Paul McCartney Archive.

Click here to win a chance to see Sir Paul live. The contest is open only to those who have been an active Sirius or XM subscriber continuously since November 15, 2010.

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