I've gone to a lot of shows by different artists, and have bought quite a few programs, but this might be the most incredible tour program I've ever purchased. McCartney has so much talent, and the program perfectly reflects his legacy. As an artist, Paul is a great songwriter, has a beautiful voice, is a multi-instrumentalist, has the gift of melody, is generous with his audience, and puts something into his set for everyone. As a straight male, I'm also willing to admit that he's also very handsome. It's amazing to think that one musician could have it all. The program perfectly compliments the legend and the man. This particular program has great photos and is akin to a short novel. There is information related to the album he toured to support, it begins with a great introductory interview, there's fun trivia, you'll find an interesting article related to his remastered work outside of The Beatles, there's an article on Wings first two albums, the program contains a touching piece about Linda McCartney's photographic work, there's a page devoted to his Meat Free Monday campaign, an ad for The Beatles Love musical, information related to his band and horn section, and so much more. As one who tends to lean towards hard rock, Paul McCartney stands out not just as a rare icon, but his shows are also an "event." This program was written not just for die-hard Beatles/McCartney fans, but it is also modern and fresh. It compliments not just his music and show, yet after a few pages, one easily gains a sense of another side of the artist - that he's also a very good human being. I love this item! Near the end of the show, Paul asked the audience if anyone was celebrating a birthday that night. After a few hands went up and a few "Woos!!!," he stated, "This next song is for you - and anyone else celebrating a birthday sometime this calendar year!" He then played The Beatles Birthday song. It's that kind of personal touch that made his show that night special, and it's that kind of personal touch that makes this program unique. His team didn't just put something together quickly to sell on a tour - they created something personal and heartfelt for those who would purchase it at one of his shows. To end this review, it's not just about a program; this was all about an experience. Something communal, yet intimate, related to the music, the man, and his connection to his audience. To use a song lyric from Sir Paul himself, "Maybe I'm Amazed!!!"