• Paul McCartney was joined on stage last night (December 16th) in London by fellow surviving Beatle Ringo Starr and the Rolling Stones' Ron Wood. The show at London's O2 Arena was "Macca's" final gig of 2018, and Ringo and Wood hopped onstage during the encores for a blast through the "Fab Four" classic "Get Back."
  • Ringo explained that although he and McCartney remain close, these days, their musical team-ups are far more casual than fans -- or concert promoters -- would like them to be: "Well, there won't be any half-reunion (of the Beatles). I mean, in 2010 he surprised me -- I was playing Radio City Music Hall and he played 'Birthday' which I played with him, because I wanted the opportunity to play with him again. And he's on the last record -- he's not on this one. So, we sort of, we do hang out a bit, y'know, what I mean, but we're not in each other's pockets. And if the opportunity's real, we play together -- I've played on a couple of his records, he's played on mine. But, no, we never sit there saying, 'Oh, yeah, we'll put it together and I'll do 'Yesterday' (laughs)." , exclusively through Apple Music.
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