Beatles Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr Perform Live Together

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The BeatlesSir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr performed onstage together in New York on Saturday night (April 4), in aid of a youth meditation initiative.

As reported on Friday, McCartney and Starr both took part in a global live webcast to raise awareness of the David Lynch Foundation, and it’s attempt to bring meditation to school children.

The concert at Radio City Music Hall, which was headlined by McCartney, saw him joined onstage by Starr to perform The Beatles hit “With a Little Help from My Friends”.

Starr, who had included Beatles’ tracks “Yellow Submarine” and “Boys” during his own set at the gig, also played drums for McCartney on “Cosmically Conscious”.

The last remaining Beatles, last played together the Royal Albert Hall in 2002, at a tribute for George Harrison.

The David Lynch Foundation initiative concert also featured guest artists which included Donovan, Eddie Vedder, Moby, Bettye LaVette and Mike Love.

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