It would have been enough for many in the crowd just to see a real live Beatle, but Paul McCartney is a showman and a gentleman, and at 72, he worked hard to please the crowd at his August show in Phoenix. The fans sat politely and quietly for a few new songs, but they were obviously there to hear old hits, and McCartney delivered. Both Beatles and Wings fans left pleased as the songs — and accompanying anecdotes and touching moments — rolled out. From "8 Days a Week" to the end of "Abbey Road," McCartney and his band played on. Highlights included "Maybe I'm Amazed" — dedicated to Linda — and "Live and Let Die," which was accompanied by some incredible fireworks. He told the story behind "Blackbird," played "Something" on the ukulele and actually married a couple from the audience onstage — with the caveat that he's not really ordained to do it. Either way, it was a night to remember, and not just for the newlyweds.