They came together.
Paul McCartney during his headlining set at England’s Glastonbury Festival Saturday — also the last night of his “Got Back” tour — made sure to get back with a bang.
The former Beatle, who celebrated his 80th birthday earlier this month, teased “a little surprise” for the crowd at the famed Pyramid Stage roughly 30 minutes ahead of his set’s scheduled end time just before midnight.
“My friend, your hero, from the West Coast of America… Dave Grohl!” McCartney said as he introduced the Foo Fighters frontman, 53.
The pair promptly started playing “I Saw Her Standing There.”
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McCartney then asked Grohl to explain the long and winding journey he’d had to take to get to the U.K., which included two canceled flights on Wednesday and Thursday.
“But I swear, I would never miss being right here with you, right now,” said Grohl.
“Well, thanks, Dave. That’s so much appreciated,” said McCartney.
The pair went on to play “Band on the Run,” before McCartney let slip another surprise, this one hailing from the East Coast.
“From New Jersey… Mr. Bruce Springsteen!” said McCartney to an excited crowd.
The Boss, 72, and the Beatle — who he’d previously joined during McCartney’s tour in the Garden State — went on to sing Springsteen’s “Glory Days.”
McCartney later brought back both Grohl and Springsteen during his encore to jam out to “The End.”