The View From Inside Paul McCartney's 'Secret' Grand Central Station Show

The rock legend played hits, charmingly flubbed one classic and serenaded his wife in a release party for the record Egypt Station.
Paul McCartney, onstage at Grand Central Station in New York on Sept. 7, 2018. The rock legend released his newest album, Egypt Station, the same day. Source: YouTube

Walking through the warm, vanilla hallway of Grand Central Station, I tried to enter a barricade when an army sentry — helmet, muted green-and-sand uniform, a pistol and a big machine gun — said it was the wrong entrance. "This is for the artist — go down, take a left and stick to the wall."

Around the corner to the right, a small island's worth of people stood smiling, pushed up against a barricade with their phones out, asking if it was

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