Watch: Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr perform at the Grammys
The catchy rock song hearkened back to the Beatles' trademark hits.
The two surviving members of the Beatles, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, joined forces to perform a new song, "Queenie Eye." The catchy rock song hearkened back to the Beatles' trademark hits. The Liverpool band will be honored by the Recording Academy at a special tribute concert on Monday marking the 50th anniversary of their arrival in the United States on "The Ed Sullivan Show."
The performance evinced the same kind of squeals and screams that would greet the fab four when they played to swooning audiences in their hey day. And both Starr and McCartney were in great voice. A lesson in the beauty of natural acoustic vocals we suppose, in this age of auto tuning and electric overlay.
Watch the video below:
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