Paul McCartney received help from a few friends on Saturday night at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.
Ringo Starr, a former member of the Beatles band, joined him on stage for a few songs towards the end of his concert, which took place just six days after Starr's 79th birthday.
Starr played drums on two Beatles tunes – "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band "and" Helter Skelter "- according to Variety. He then threw his chopsticks into the crowd and joked as if he intended to throw McCartney's bass guitar into the crowd as well, the report said.
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Later, Eagles guitarist Joe Walsh – who happens to be Starr's brother-in – also took the stage. (Starr is married to actress and model Barbara Bach, while Walsh is married to Bach's sister, Marjorie Bach.)
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The McCartney-Starr meeting was their first since the Grammy Awards in 2014, reported The Blast.
It was the last night of McCartney's US tour, Variety reported.