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Paul McCartney performs “duet” with John Lennon and welcomes Dave Grohl to Glastonbury

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Paul McCartney, who has just turned 80, headlined Glastonbury yesterday (25). The former Beatle is the oldest artist to headline the traditional English festival.

On the show, Paul featured guest appearances by Dave Grohl, in his first live concert appearance since the death of Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins in March, as well as boss Bruce Springsteen.

There was also a more than special cameo: John Lennon in the Beatles song ‘I’ve Got a Feeling’. The virtual duet was made possible by the work of Peter Jackson who restored the show from the roof for the Disney+ documentary “Get Back”. From there, 4K video and high definition audio were extracted with John’s isolated voice, accompanied by Paul and his backing band. The performance has been a regular at shows on the former Beatle’s current tour.

Check out how it went below:

See also Dave Grohl making his appearance in the classic ‘Band on the Run’:

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