Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Star last night performed together for the first time in seven years, the AP is reporting.
The two surviving members of the Beatles were part of a concert at Radio City Music Hall to benefit the David Lynch Foundation, which teaches at-risk children how to meditate.
Sir Paul ripped through a few classics by the Beatles and Wings, and even played “Here Today,” which he wrote for former Beatle John Lennon, who was killed in 1980.
All this time and they still haven’t learned. They let Ringo sing. At least Yoko Ono was quiet.
Now that Sir Paul is 66, does he ever sing “When I’m 64” anymore. Just curious. It’s a math thing.