Paul McCartney Performs “Hey Jude” At The White House – But No One Expected This Ending…

Paul McCartney Performs “Hey Jude” At The White House – But No One Expected This Ending… | I Love Classic Rock Videos

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Paul McCartney Pulls Out All The Stops, And Even Obama Is Amazed!

Paul McCartney is truly one of the most most iconic musicians of all time, which is obviously to be expected given that he’s a founding member of The Beatles. Even after his departure from The Beatles, Paul McCartney went on to have what is considered arguably the most successful solo careers in recent history.

WASHINGTON, DC – JULY 4: FILE, Paul McCartney in convert at RFK Stadium in Washington, DC on July 4, 1990. (Photo by Rich Lipski/The Washington Post via Getty Images)

So with all of that being said, you could imagine that Paul McCartney has been asked to perform at some of the most prestigious events in history. Well, it’s true and we have the proof.

US President Barack Obama (R) listens to Paul McCartney as he speaks after getting the third Gershwin Prize for Popular Song at the White House in Washington, DC on June 2, 2010. McCartney’s appearance was part of a two-day series of events marking the award issued by the Library of Congress. AFP PHOTO / YURI GRIPAS (Photo credit should read YURI GRIPAS/AFP/Getty Images)

What you’re about to watch is Paul McCartney and his band take to the stage to perform at The White House their song Hey Jude. As you could imagine, the performance is nothing short of amazing, but the best part about the thing is when the song draws closer to the ending! See for yourself!

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