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Bruce Springsteen and Jon Bon Jovi join Paul McCartney on stage.

September 21, 20222 Mins Read
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As the U.S. tour comes to a close, Bruce Springsteen and Jon Bon Jovi join Paul McCartney on stage.

Springsteen joined the stage late in the act at Met Life Stadium to play his 1980s smash “Glory Days” and the Beatles’ “I Wanna Be Your Man.”
When local icons Bruce Springsteen and Jon Bon Jovi joined Paul McCartney on stage in New Jersey on Thursday night, fans received more than they bargained for (June 16).

Springsteen walked to the centre of the stage at Met Life Stadium late in the concert to tremendous acclaim and seized the mic for a rendition of his 1980s classic “Glory Days” and the Beatles’ “I Wanna Be Your Man.”

Springsteen and McCartney have worked on various occasions throughout the years, including a concert at London’s Hyde Park for Hard Rock Calling 2012.

Jon Bon Jovi went on stage during the East Rutherford encore to sing “Happy Birthday” to his pal Paul McCartney, who turns 80 on Saturday (June 16).

McCartney’s Got Back tour in North America comes to an end with the Jersey concert. McCartney’s long and winding trip will resume on June 25 when he headlines the Glastonbury Festival in the United Kingdom.

With 22 No. 1 albums in his career, including collaborations with his band Wings and, of course, the Beatles, McCartney is the most successful records artist in U.K. albums chart history.

His chart achievements in the United States are unparalleled, including a record of 20 No. 1s on the Billboard Hot 100 with the Beatles.

McCartney was elected into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame twice, once as a member of the Beatles and again as a solo artist in 1988. (1999). In 1999, Bruce Springsteen was exalted, and Bon Jovi’s moment arrived in 2018.

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