Paul MCCARTNEY received the illustrious presences of Bruce Springsteen and Dave Grohl in an epic performance in Glastonbury na night desse saturday (25).
The singer-songwriter, who is 80 years old a week ago, was the oldest artist to appear as the main attraction at Fazenda Worthy, in the south-west of England, where the festival celebrated its 50th anniversary two years late due to the pandemic. .
Opening the show with “Can’t Buy Me Love”, McCartney played for the public of the festival music from more than half a century of ity, from classics of the Beatles such as “Come On to Me”, and “Egypt Station”, from 2018.
The vocalist of the Foo Fighters, Dave Grohl, went up to the stage to help him with “I Saw Her Standing There” and “Band on the Run”, receiving a thunderous greeting from the public.
After being introduced as his “friend from the West Coast of America,” McCartney introduced another surprise. “on the east coast of America”: Bruce Springsteen. You two will present “Glory Days” and “I Wanna Be Your Man”.
McCartney, one of the two greatest English-language composers I don’t know, 20 next to John Lennon, honored his former bandmates in a three-hour show. He played “Something”, by George Harrison, and has a virtual duet with Lennon in “I’ve Got a Feeling”.
Grohl and Springsteen returned to the box to see “The End”, their album “Abbey Road”.
Source: CNN Espanol