Eagle Joe Walsh also joined the Beatle at Dodger Stadium.
Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, two Beatles musicians, were on stage tonight (July 13th) at Dodger Stadium. McCartney was headlining the huge Los Angeles Hall and had just embarked on the reminder, "Birthday" (note: Starr's was on July 7), when he announced a special guest.
Starr took the drums for two songs and played on the short film "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band "(Resume), then the longest" Helter Skelter ". Starr had a big smile on his face all the way through the performance, then threw his sticks into the audience and grabbed McCartney's bass as he would throw that into the crowd too.
McCartney delighted in the surprise by chanting Starr's slogan "peace and love" as the drummer left the stage.
But Starr was not the only guest artist of the evening. Joe Walsh, of the Eagles fame, participated in the triple guitar solo in the finale, "The End," culmination of the culminating mix of "Abbey Road". McCartney was then heard saying, "We did not know what to say. were doing."
On the last night of a North American solo tour that began in late May in New Orleans, McCartney said, "Farewell, guys. Farewell to America. One last thing to say: we'll see you next time. "