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Paul McCartney Brings Up Dave Grohl, Bruce Springsteen at Glastonbury

Paul McCartney Brings Up Dave Grohl, Bruce Springsteen at Glastonbury

In Saturday’s primary function at Glastonbury, Paul McCartney had a couple of important surprises for all those who attended the competition English countryside. Initial up: Dave Grohl. In what is his initially public visual appeal onstage considering the fact that his Foo Fighters bandmate Taylor Hawkins died in March, Grohl joined McCartney on the Pyramid Stage for a garage rock version of The Beatles’ “I Noticed Her Standing There” and Wings’ “Band on the Run.”

Before Grohl popped up, McCartney instructed the group that “This person flew in specially to do this.” Pursuing the songs, according to the BBC, Grohl claimed “but I swear, I would hardly ever pass up getting here with you proper in this article, ideal now.” “We like you Dave,” McCartney claimed in reaction.

Last Oct, McCartney inducted the Foo Fighters into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Adhering to Grohl’s surprise overall look, McCartney introduced up a further rock legend/pal: Bruce Springsteen. The Manager not long ago popped up joined Macca at his exhibit in New Jersey a number of weeks back and once once again performed “Glory Days” collectively. They also carried out “I Wanna Be Your Guy.” Springsteen wished McCartney a delighted birthday once again (he turned 80 on June 18) and “another glorious 80 years.”

In the course of that clearly show at MetLife Stadium, Springsteen also performed “Glory Days” and “I Saw Her Standing There.” The a few shut out the set by jamming on “The End.”

This was McCartney’s next time headlining Glastonbury. His 1st overall look at the English competition was in 2004.

Watch Paul McCartney jam with Dave Grohl and Bruce Springsteen under.