6 July 2014
Last updated at 05:35
Sir Paul resumed his Out There tour in Albany, New York
Sir Paul McCartney has resumed his concert tour after being forced to take nearly two months off due to a virus that left him in hospital.
The 72-year-old played an arena in Albany, New York, on Saturday night as part of his Out There tour.
The former Beatle called off the Japan leg of the tour and a South Korea show after falling ill on 16 May and later postponed a number of US dates.
He spent six days in a Tokyo hospital being treated for the viral infection.
Before his illness, Sir Paul had last performed on May 1 in Costa Rica.
He opened the show at the Times Union Centre with Beatles’ hit Eight Days a Week and dedicated a song, My Valentine, to wife Nancy.
Sir Paul has 19 performances scheduled for the US, including at Candlestick Park in San Francisco, where the Beatles played their final full concert in 1966.