'What an absolute legend!' Paul McCartney delivers epic show in Melbourne as Beatles legend RAPS and sings greatest hits during three-hour set

The English singer-songwriter hasn't toured Australia since 1993.

But it appears former Beatles star Paul McCartney made it up to devoted fans in Melbourne on Tuesday, as part of his One On One stadium concert.

Concert-goers took to Twitter after his near three-hour appearance to praise the star as 'an absolute legend', adding he provided the 'best show ever.'

'What an absoloute legend!' Fans claim 'crowd is buzzing' at Paul McCartney's Melbourne stadium concert as he RAPS and provides a VERY lengthy set-list of hits over three-hour show

'What an absoloute legend!' Fans claim 'crowd is buzzing' at Paul McCartney's Melbourne stadium concert as he RAPS and provides a VERY lengthy set-list of hits over three-hour show

Paul performed to 30,000 fans at Melbourne's AAMI Park on Tuesday night.

The 75-year-old appeared lively on stage and was assisted by a backing band for his almost 40-song set-list.

Dressed in black jeans, a smart button-up shirt and a navy army-inspired suit jacket with large brass buttons and printed patches, Paul looked like a suave rock star.

Playing to the crowd:?The 75-year-old appeared lively on stage and was assisted by a backing band for his almost 40-song set-list

Playing to the crowd:?The 75-year-old appeared lively on stage and was assisted by a backing band for his almost 40-song set-list

'Best show ever':?The Herald Sun reported Paul began his concert with A Hard Day’s Night and played a variety of his discography from the past 50 years, which fans praised online

'Best show ever':?The Herald Sun reported Paul began his concert with A Hard Day’s Night and played a variety of his discography from the past 50 years, which fans praised online

The Herald Sun reported Paul began his concert with A Hard Day’s Night and played a variety of his discography from the past 50 years.

Published set-lists revealed he played song from The Beatles, his pre-Beatles bands, the Quarrymen and Wings, recent solo work and his surprise No. 1 hit with Kanye West and Rihanna, 2015’s FourFiveSeconds.

One fan on Twitter commented on Paul's ability to transition between recent hits and classics, writing: 'So @PaulMcCartney has just done the Kanye West rap part of FourFiveSeconds & then gone into Eleanor Rigby & it is everything.'??

You can keep your Drakes and Sia and Rita Oras': Former Bachelorette Georgia Love was in the audience on the night, commenting on social media to state he was ' an absolute legend!' for rivaling the performances of global sensations of the last decade

You can keep your Drakes and Sia and Rita Oras': Former Bachelorette Georgia Love was in the audience on the night, commenting on social media to state he was ' an absolute legend!' for rivaling the performances of global sensations of the last decade

Suave!?Dressed in black jeans, a smart button-up shirt and a navy army-inspired suit jacket with large brass buttons and printed patches, Paul looked every but the rock star

Suave!?Dressed in black jeans, a smart button-up shirt and a navy army-inspired suit jacket with large brass buttons and printed patches, Paul looked every but the rock star

Former Bachelorette Georgia Love was in the audience on the night, commenting on social media: 'You can keep your Drakes and Sia and Rita Oras, give me three solid non-stop hours of Paul McCartney absolutely rocking out any day of the week! What an absolute legend!'

Another ticket-payer claimed she was 'fulfilling a lifetime dream' by seeing the star.

'Thank you @PaulMcCartney for ?marvelous #oneonone concert in Melbourne tonight. Best show ever,' a very happy fan offered a raving review.

Tickets are still available for Paul's remaining four shows in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney.?

There's still time!?Tickets are still available for Paul's remaining four shows in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney

There's still time!?Tickets are still available for Paul's remaining four shows in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney

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