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Paul McCartney plays “Let it be”, accompanied by the Eagles

Last night, April 11th, atHollywood Bowl of Los Angeles was held there tribute show to Jimmy Buffettthe American singer-songwriter, musician and writer who passed away in September 2023.

The event, named “Keep the party going“, he saw perform numerous artists, and many others participate in the evening also as simple presenters or guests. Among those who took part in the event were Paul McCartney, the Eagles, Brandi Carlile, Kenny Chesney, Jon Bon Jovi, Zac Brown, Dave Grohl and Snoop Dogg.

The former Beatle, introduced by the Foo Fighters frontman, performed on the piano and interpreted “Let it be” of the Fab Four with the support of Don Henley and co.

In addition to introducing the performance of his friend and hero McCartney, during the event “Keep the party going: a tribute to Jimmy Buffett”, Grohl was the protagonist on stage of the Hollywood Bowl together with the Coral Reefer Bandthe group that followed Buffett on tour, and to Zac Brown for rereading “Brown eyed girl” by Van Morrison.

Plus, while Brown took the opportunity to play his new song “Pirates and parrots“, Sheryl Crow he reread “Fins” by Jimmy Buffett and Snoop Dogg appeared on stage to perform his “Gin and juice”.

At the end of the tribute evening, the artists gathered on stage to perform together “Margaritaville“: