Paul McCartney Jams Beatles Classic With Nirvana Star

Paul McCartney was joined by special guest Krist Novoselic of Nirvana fame for a jam of the Beatles classic "Helter Skelter" during the Seattle stop of Macca's North American tour on Sunday night (April 17th).

Classic Rock reports" "The musicians - arguably the most recognizable rock bass players of their generations - played through the Beatles track in Seattle on the third night of McCartney's One On One Tour.

"Novoselic and McCartney first met in 2012 when they worked together on the track Cut Me Some Slack, which featured on the soundtrack to Dave Grohl's film Sound City." Watch the jam here.

In other news, McCartney announced on Monday that he has added a new stop to the tour. On August 17th he will be playing the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, which will mark his first show in the city since 2002.

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