Each One Believing - Red Square at Night, Moscow, 2002
© Bill Bernstein

Each One Believing - Red Square at Night, Moscow, 2002

Photograph
By Bill Bernstein
About the image
Paul McCartney played a historic concert in front of the Kremlin in Red Square, Moscow on May 24, 2003.  The concert was attended by Russian President Putin who commented to McCartney that growing up, The Beatles music "was like a gulp of freedom".  Due to a late arrival, Putin missed the song Back in the USSR, so as an encore, McCartney reprised it for him.

PLEASE NOTE: This artwork was originally only available for purchase at exclusive exhibitions around the world between 2004 - 2006. While it is not from a numbered edition, only the limited quantity that pre-sold at these brief exhibitions were printed and signed by Paul McCartney. Proceeds from the sales of all artwork went to the Adopt-A-Minefield Charitable organization in an effort to help rid the world of land mines. Occasionally we have one available for resale from a private collector.

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Each One Believing - Red Square at Night, Moscow, 2002
Each One Believing - Red Square at Night, Moscow, 2002

 
 
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