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The Beatles: The Night That Changed America Set List – What Paul And Ringo Sang Together

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Yesterday, The Beatles tribute concert with an all star lineup including Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr was recorded in Los Angeles. 50 years to the day of the group’s first appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show, the program will air on CBS – the same network that carried Ed’s show.

George Harrison‘s son Dhani sang his father’s song ‘Something’ with Jeff Lynne. Stevie Wonder sang his hit version of ‘We Can Work It Out’. Ringo sang three Beatles songs, and Paul sang five Beatles songs before bring Ringo back on stage to join him for the last two songs of the evening.

Here’s the set list that was performed yesterday. Let’s see how much of it makes it to the final edit of the broadcast:

All My Loving – Maroon 5
Ticket to Ride – Maroon 5
Don’t Let Me Down – John Mayer & Keith Urban
In My Life – Ed Sheeran
Let It Be – Alicia Keyes & John Legend
Revolution – Imagine Dragons
Yesterday – Katy Perry
Fool on the Hill – Eurythmics
Here Comes the Sun – Pharrell Williams & Brad Paisley & Cirque du Soliel acrobats
Hey Bulldog – David Grohl and Jeff Lynne
Something – Jeff Lynne, Joe Walsh & Dhani Harrison
While My Guitar Gently Weeps – Gary Clark, Jr.; Joe Walsh & David Grohl
We Can Work It Out – Stevie Wonder (two takes)

Jeff Bridges introduces Ringo
Matchbox
Boys
Yellow Submarine

Sean Penn introduces Paul McCartney (and his current band)
Magical Mystery Tour
Birthday
Get Back
I Saw Her Standing There
Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
With a Little Help From My Friends – joined by Ringo
Hey Jude – Ringo on drums

Sunday – February 9 – CBS 5

I’m pumped!

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