Ep. 272: Talkin’ Paul McCartney With A Childhood Friend!

In this one I speak with Jim Workman, an old Dunbar friend, about the current Paul McCartney tour. Jim saw the controversial Winston-Salem show on May 21, and I’ll be attending the Syracuse show on Saturday. He shares his review, some thoughts on the people who couldn’t get into the venue, and the surprising songs Paul didn’t play. And we finally discuss a traumatic moment from my past, which Jim witnessed in real-time. I hope you enjoy it, thanks for listening!

Please note:  Jim Workman is publisher and editor of Wally’s and Wimpy’s Sports Digest, a long-running West Virginia publication. Here are some links for ya:

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The mighty Dentists Little League team (I’m second player from the left, back row. Jim is third from left, middle row.)

One of Jim’s birthday parties (Jim is blowing out the candles and I’m getting all handsy with some unknown kid.)

An email Jim received during the days before the W-S McCartney show. Get it together, people!

2 thoughts on “Ep. 272: Talkin’ Paul McCartney With A Childhood Friend!”

  1. Saw Paul in Charlottesville VA in 2015, and there were similar after show complaints there as well. And like Jim, I had no problems. The preferred parking is well worth the money. We parked within 100 yards of the front door and after the show we were out of the lot by the time most people got to their cars.
    A fantastic show as well.

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