ICYMI, Paul McCartney performed a duet of a lifetime at the Glastonbury Music Festival 2022. Taking to the stage, McCartney, who was headlining the music festival, was virtually joined on stage by his former The Beatles band member and friend, John Lennon who passed away in 1980.
The singer was able to perform his iconic hit single, ‘I’ve Got A Feeling’ with Lennon thanks to the director, Peter Jackson, who directed The Beatles’ documentary Get Back, based on the production of the iconic band’s final album Let It Be. During a studio session, the director suggested taking John Lennon’s vocals and isolating them so that McCartney could play live with the ‘Imagine’ singer.
Becoming the oldest solo headlining act at the Glastonbury Music Festival, the 80-year-old singer also brought Bruce Springsteen and the former Nirvana member, Dave Grohl to perform some major most chart-topping songs like, ‘Band On The Run’, ‘I Saw Her Standing There, Glory Days’ and ‘I Wanna Be Your Man’.
This year’s Glastonbury Music Festival had some major headlining acts that took to the stage, including Billie Eilish, Olivia Rodrigo, Fleetwood Mac, Kendric Lamar, Megan Thee Stallion, and many more. During their performances, many artists spoke against the recent overturn of the abortion right, the Roe V Wade ruling in America which has created unrest among the people of the country.