Paul McCartney shows are known for attracting multi-generational audiences but on Monday night in Brazil he attracted a different kind of crowd all together. The Hey Jude singer, who started his new world tour in Brazil this week, was joined on stage in Goiania by a swarm of Grasshoppers. (...)As reported earlier the "Out There" tour opened in Brazil this week and will travel across six countries in the coming months. The brand new show is packed with Paul's biggest hits spanning his career. Early set lists have seen Paul play songs which have never been performed live before, including Being for the Benefit of Mr Kite! and All Together Now. He opened the first night of the tour in Belo Horizonte with Eight Days A Week, which Paul had only previously played live once with The Beatles in 1965.