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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Paul McCartney performs 'Save Us' for New York students

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Paul McCartney surprised more than 400 students in New York City back in October to play music and answer questions at a special iHeartRadio performance and Q&A, and now iHeartRadio is thrilled to bring you an exclusive video from that performance on demand!

Sir Paul took the stage at the Tony Bennett Concert Hall at Frank Sinatra School of the Arts, a New York City public arts high school in Astoria, Queens, and treated the audience to a mix of Beatles and Wings classics, including "Eight Days A Week," "Jet," "Blackbird" and "Hey Jude" as well as music from his latest album, NEW. He also performed three new songs during the hour-and-fifteen-minute-long event, including the new album's lead song, "Save Us, "Everybody Out There," and the title track, "New," which he dedicated to his wife, Nancy, who was in the audience.

Watch Paul's performance of "Save Us" below. 

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