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Paul McCartney performs with extraordinary visitors Springsteen, and Grohl at Glastonbury

GLASTONBURY, England: Paul McCartney was joined by exceptional visitors Bruce Springsteen and Dave Grohl in a legendary execution at Glastonbury on Saturday night that traversed the principal Beatles demo to a portion of his most recent accounts. The vocalist lyricist, who turned 80 seven days prior, was the most seasoned at any point solo main event at Worthy Farm in southwest England, where the celebration commended its 50th commemoration two years after the fact than arranged because of the pandemic.

Opening with “Can’t Buy Me Love”, McCartney engaged a limit swarm with tunes traversing the greater part of 100 years, from Beatle’s works of art to “Hit on Me” from the 2018 collection “Egypt Station”. Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl went along with him for “I Saw Her Standing There” and “Band on the Run”, getting a blissful greeting from the crowd. Following his “companion from the west bank of America”, McCartney presented another amazement “from the east shoreline of America”: Bruce Springsteen. The two played “Magnificence Days” and “I Wanna Be Your Man”.

McCartney, one of the best lyricists of the twentieth hundred years with the late John Lennon, honored his previous bandmates in the close to the three-hour show. He played George Harrison’s “Something” and played out a virtual two-part harmony with Lennon on “I Have an Inclination”. Grohl and Springsteen returned for the last reprise of “The End” from “Monastery Street”. “Much thanks to you, Dave, thank you, Bruce, thank you Glasto,” McCartney said prior to leaving the stage. Glastonbury Celebration closes on Sunday with Diana Ross playing the Sunday evening legend’s opening and Kendrick Lamar featuring on the Pyramid Stage. (Come Back)

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