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Ringo's Birthday Surprise

You may have heard that Ringo Starr turned 70 yesterday..and his birthday wish was to have every one in the world flash the peace sign at noon and say "Peace and love." I'm sure a lot of people did that (including me)...but I really wish I could have been in the audience for Ringo's birthday concert at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. A special guest...and old pal..showed up to sing a little ditty called "Birthday" to him. Yup...it was Paul McCartney, for a reunion of the Beatles' rhythm section.  Watch the video and you'll see the guitar player is none other than Tom Petty! Peace and love  is great...but this is music history.

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Oops..that's not Tom Petty! It's the long flowing golden locks of Joe Walsh!
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