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Paul McCartney had already delivered a spectacular show at Dodger Stadium – 33 songs from the Beatles, Wings and his solo career – but one song into the encore out walked Ringo Starr and Saturday night became one for the ages.
The two living Beatles almost never perform together in public – according to online accounts, this appears to be only their 11th time to do so in the 50 years since the legendary band broke up – and most of those times were private or more exclusive events.
So yeah, when shortly after 11 p.m. McCartney announced a special guest would be joining him, you might have figured it would be somebody special, but you surely wouldn’t have bet Junior’s farm on it being Ringo.
originally posted by: DictionaryOfExcuses
A music teacher once said to me, "You know the Beatles set music back twenty years?"
I chuckled as if to say 'Nice joke, old man.'
He just looked back at me with a real serious expression on his face.
REPORTER: "Is Ringo Starr the best drummer in the world?"
LENNON: "He's not even the best drummer in The Beatles"