Watch Paul McCartney play two Beatles songs with Ringo Starr

They did "Sgt Pepper's" and "Helter Skelter" at LA's Dodger Stadium

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Paul McCartney played the final show of his US tour at LA’s Dodger Stadium on Saturday night (July 13).

To celebrate, he brought out Ringo Starr to play drums on two Beatles classics, “Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” and “Helter Skelter”. Watch the footage below:

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McCartney then closed his set with a medley of “Golden Slumbers / Carry That Weight / The End” from Abbey Road, with Eagles’ Joe Walsh guesting on guitar. Watch footage of “The End” below:

You can read more about Abbey Road and Ringo’s peace and love-fuelled journey beyond The Beatles in Uncut’s new Ultimate Music Guide to Ringo Starr, in shops now or available to buy online here.

The August 2019 issue of Uncut is on sale from June 13, and available to order online now – with Bruce Springsteen on the cover. Inside, you’ll find The Rolling Stones, The Raconteurs, Woodstock, Black Sabbath, Beak>, Doves, Jimmy Cliff, Billy Childish, the Flamingo Club and more. Our 15-track CD also showcases the best of the month’s new music, including The Black Keys, 75 Dollar Bill, House And Land, Trash Kit, Mega Bog and more.

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