Paul McCartney brought the 2018 portion of his Freshen Up tour to a close Sunday night in London, joined by two close friends -- Ringo Starr and Ronnie Wood.
They came out for the third song of the encore, the tour premiere of "Get Back." Ringo had his own kit on the stage and Woody took the guitar solos.
When the song ended, Ringo took the mic to say, "I don't know about you but it was a thrill for me. Peace and love everybody and have a Merry Christmas."
Afterwards Ringo tweeted, "Having a great time at the O2 London freshening it up with Paul and Ronnie. I love you man. Thanks for the great night!"
McCartney is now off until March when the tour starts up again in South America.
A video for “Who Cares I Do,” an anti-bullying song from Paul's Egypt Station album, will be released on Apple Music tomorrow (Monday). It features actress Emma Stone.
Paul, Ronnie Wood, Noel Gallagher and Chris Martin attended Mick Jagger's Christmas party in London Thursday.
- That was the first time Ringo performed "Get Back" with Paul since January 30th, 1969 when The Beatles did a 42-minute set on the roof of Apple Records. Watch it (again) below.