Great party last night at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey for Paul McCartney’s 80th birthday who wanted to celebrate them with two exceptional guests: Bruce Springsteen and Jon Bon Jovi. During his ‘Go Back’ concert, The Boss took the stage to duet with McCartney on ‘Glory Days’ and ‘I Wanna Be Your Man’. “A local boy will join us,” McCartney said, joking to the audience who started shouting “Bruuucceeee” when Springsteen appeared. “Let there be another 80 years of glory days,” Springsteen said to Mc Cartney who will celebrate his birthday on Saturday, June 18. “I’m trying to ignore that,” the former Beatles said at the start of the show. then went on stage Jon Bon Jovi who ‘directed’ the audience in a serenade singing ‘Happy Birthday’, bringing with him a large bunch of balloons and saying: “There are 60,000 people who want to sing happy birthday to you.” Springsteen and McCartney in the past they have already shared the stage. Unforgettable the performance of July 2012, when the officials of the Hard Rock Calling Festival in Hyde Park in London, where the E Street Band was the headliner, pulled the plug due to a Noise curfew. The last time Springsteen and McCartney played together was in September 2017 when the Boss and Steven Van Zandt joined McCartney on stage at New York’s Madison Square Garden and performed ‘I Saw Her Standing Ther and ‘twice, during the encore of the show on the ex Beatle’s’ One on One tour. McCartney’s ‘Got Back’ tour kicked off on April 28 at Washington’s Spokane Arena.
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