Music legend Paul McCartney connects with photographer Tom Craig to cover the August 2015 issue of Esquire UK. The magazine's Music issue, McCartney talks about still performing in concert when it's not financially necessary. The 73 year-old singer shares, "Two reasons: I love it, and it’s my job. Three reasons: the audience. You sing something and you get this incredible warmth back, this adulation. And who doesn’t like that? It’s amazing. Plus, the band’s very good. And having said there were three answers there are now about seven. Another thing is I kind of get to review my songs, and they go back quite a way. So if I’m singing 'Eleanor Rigby', I’m me now reviewing the work of a twenty-something and I’m going, 'Whoa, that’s good.' [sings] 'Wearing the face that she keeps in the jar by the door'. Ooh! And you see it all again flashing by you… like drowning. In the nicest possible way." Read more on Esquire.com.