The special virtual duet videos of Sir Paul McCartney and late John Lennon from the recent concerts have been circulating the internet touching millions of Beatle fans. Turns out it was our very own Sir Peter Jackson who came up with this brilliant idea!
Sir Paul McCartney got "back together" recently with the late John Lennon during his Glastonbury set on Saturday (25.06.22).
The 80-year-old musician - who is the event's oldest ever solo headliner - stunned the crowd at the Pyramid Stage when he sang a virtual duet with his late bandmate on 'I've Got A Feeling' thanks to the help of director Sir Peter Jackson, who helmed the recent Beatles documentary 'Get Back'.
He said: “I’ve got a special little thing here. One day, Peter Jackson rings me up and says he can take John’s vocals and isolate them so that you can play live with John on tour. He said do you fancy that?”
After the pair traded verses during the song, Paul said: “That’s so special for me man. I know it’s virtual but come on – it’s John. We’re back together.”
Source: Bang Showbiz