Watch Paul McCartney’s “Get Back” Performance In Rock Hall Of Fame
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Paul McCartney inducted Foo Fighters during this year’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony. The band performed their classic hits “Best of You,” “My Hero,” and “Everlong.” After their acceptance speech, McCartney joined them on stage to wrap up the show with their take on The Beatles’ 1969 classic “Get Back.”
“So me, a teenaged kid in Liverpool, just an ordinary kid going to school like everybody else,” McCartney said when he inducted Foo Fighters. “And then one day, I heard some music, and I fell into rock ‘n’ roll. It just happened one day. Suddenly, the world changed, and I just fell through a hole in time, and suddenly, I was in rock ‘n’ roll.”
“OK, so by the same time in his life, Dave did the same kind of thing,” he continued. “You know, he’s just an ordinary, kind of goofy kid… and the same thing happened. He falls through the same hole, and he’s in rock ‘n’ roll. And it’s gonna be his life. It’s gonna take over everything.”
The event was took place on October 30 at Cleveland’s Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse. The ceremony airs on November 20 on HBO and HBO Max. Watch their performance below.