Paul McCartney Jams With Grateful Dead's Bob Weir

07/19/2016
.
Paul McCartney

(Radio.com) After Dead and Company wrapped up their two-night engagement at Fenway Park, Boston fans likely believed the major excitement was over. Then for an encore, Paul McCartney was joined by the Dead's Bob Weir for a pair of numbers during the Beatles legend's concert at the venue on Sunday night.

This marked the first time the two music legends ever performed together. New England Patriots tight end Rob "Gronk" Gronkowski also joined the band onstage.

Weir and McCartney performed Wings' 1972 hit "Hi, Hi, Hi" and the Beatles' "Helter Skelter," reported Billboard, McCartney captured the historic collaboration with some high-quality Instagram shots, which can be seen here.

Radio.com is an official news provider for antiMusic.com.
Copyright Radio.com/CBS Local - Excerpted here with permission.

advertisement

Paul McCartney Music, DVDs, Books and more

Paul McCartney T-shirts and Posters

Paul McCartney Tickets/Tour Dates

More Paul McCartney News

Share this article
Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Pin it Share on Reddit email this article


Related Stories


Paul McCartney, Ringo and George Harrison Items Up For Auction

Paul McCartney Remembers Fats Domino With Moving Eulogy

Paul McCartney Leads Record Store Day Black Friday Exclusives

Paul McCartney Posts John Lennon Birthday Message

Paul McCartney Announces Eight Archival Reissues

Paul McCartney Leads Crowd in 'Give Peace a Chance'

Billy Joel Joins Paul McCartney Onstage For Beatles Classics

Paul McCartney And Bruce Springsteen Jam Beatles Classic

Paul McCartney Kicks Off U.S. One on One Tour

Ringo Starr Discusses New Paul McCartney Collaboration


More Stories for Paul McCartney

Paul McCartney Music


advertisement



Follow Us:

Contact Us - Privacy - Why we are antiMusic

Copyright© 1998 - 2017 Iconoclast Entertainment Group All rights reserved.

Please click here for legal restrictions and terms of use applicable to this site. Use of this site signifies your agreement to the terms of use.