Watch Paul McCartney and Steve Van Zandt play The Beatles’ “I Saw Her Standing There”

It was "unfinished business", we learn

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Paul McCartney joined Steven Van Zandt at London’s Roundhouse on Saturday night [November 4] to cover The Beatles’ “I Saw Her Standing There”.

This was Van Zandt’s first European tour in 25 years for Little Steven & The Disciples of Soul.

The last time McCartney and Van Zandt performed together was during Bruce Springsteen‘s set at Hard Rock Calling in 2012, where the power was unexpectedly shut off due to the council’s curfew.

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Saying he wanted to “finish some unfinished business,” Van Zandt invited McCartney onto the stage for “I Saw Her Standing There”.

Little Steven & The Disciples of Soul are also touring Bristol, Leeds, Birmingham, Glasgow and Liverpool, before ending in Newcastle on November 16.

The December 2017 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – with Robert Plant on the cover. Plant and his band have also compiled our free CD, which includes tracks by Bert Jansch, Daniel Lanois, Patty Griffin, Thee Oh Sees and more. Elsewhere in the issue, we remember Tom Petty and there are new interviews with REM, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Bootsy Collins, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard and Ronnie Spector. We review Morrissey, Sharon Jones, Mavis Staples, Hüsker Dü, Tim Buckley and Talk Talk and much more.

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