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Sir Paul McCartney rocks the Royal Albert Hall

The former Beatle performs a rousing set for Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall.

The 69-year-old musican was joined on stage at times by Jam's Paul Weller, The Who's Roger Daltrey and Ronnie Wood from the Rolling Stones.

Sir Paul rearranged his European tour dates specifically so he could play the concert for the cancer charity founded by The Who frontman Daltrey in 2000.

Pulp, Jessie J and Florence and the Machine are all due to play for the charity at the Royal Albert Hall over the coming days.

 

Last Updated: 03/30/12 07:40
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by apaullo : tulsa/USA March 30, 2012 12:17 PM EDT (FUNsite member)
Well of course Sir Paul rocks Royal Albert Hall, Sir Paul rocks everyone everywhere!!! And thank God for that!!!!
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The 69-year-old musican was joined on stage at times by Jam's Paul Weller, The Who's Roger Daltrey and Ronnie Wood from the Rolling Stones.