Best Concert of 2011 

Paul McCartney at Comerica Park

Alright, so Detroit radio station WKNR-FM played a big part in the '69 rumor that Paul McCartney was dead. Sorry, Macca. Thankfully he was, as he is now, alive and well, and you guys justifiably voted his Comerica Park show of July 24 last year as the best gig of the past 12 months. "It's great to be back in Detroit. We love it here. A beautiful place," McCartney said, before blasting through a set of Beatles, Wings and solo classics. He even played Marvin Gaye's "Hitch Hike," a special tribute to the city that birthed Motown and influenced the Fab Four (giving them such early hits as "Please Mr. Postman" and "You've Really Got a Hold on Me"). We love you too, Sir.

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