Sir Paul McCartney carried out a duet with the late John Lennon utilizing footage from Peter Jackson’s acclaimed Beatles documentary as he returned to the stage for the primary time in additional than two years.
The musician, 79, launched his Bought Again tour in Spokane, Washington state, on Thursday evening by performing for practically three hours and treating his followers to classics together with Get Again, Hey Jude, and Stay And Let Die.
He additionally carried out different Beatles songs for the primary time in additional than 10 years, together with Getting Higher, You By no means Give Me Your Cash and She Got here In By means of The Rest room Window.
He duetted with Lennon on I’ve Bought A Feeling, utilizing Jackson’s restored footage because it was proven on a giant display.
He instructed the gang: “Peter Jackson said: ‘I can pull John’s voice out if you’d like me to’.”
Jackson’s three-part documentary sequence, entitled Get Again, is compiled from practically 60 hours of unseen footage shot in January 1969, and greater than 150 hours of unheard audio, most of which has been locked in a vault for greater than half a century.
It follows Sir Paul, Lennon, George Harrison and Sir Ringo Starr and their inventive course of as they write and rehearse 14 new songs in preparation for his or her first stay present in additional than two years.
The movie additionally options the Beatles’ closing stay efficiency as a bunch, the rooftop live performance on London’s Savile Row. The Beatles break up in 1970.
Sir Paul ended his Spokane present by bringing a Ukrainian flag out on stage, drawing cheers from the sold-out crowd.
His tour strikes to Seattle, Washington on Might 2 earlier than he headlines Glastonbury Pageant in June.