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On a pretty spare stage, the somewhat unlikely trio performed the song with a bit more instruments than the studio version, which only features Sir Paul’s acoustic guitar and keyboards. This time they added a bass player and guitarist.
Will they ever hit the stage together again? Or will Paul move on to work with other younger artists (recall that last year he won a GRAMMY for “Cut Me Some Slack,” his collaboration with Nirvana alum Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear).READ MORE: Blame Game As Gas Prices Reach Highest Level In Years, But There's No Dispute It's Impacting The Bottom Line For Many Families
Although Paul’s clearly been in the lab with Kanye, he also worked with ‘Ye on “Only One,” another recent release, which Yeezus also performed (sans Paul) earlier tonight.
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