On Aug. 9, 1968, the Beatles were in the middle of the recording sessions that would yield 'The Beatles,' the double LP better known as 'The White Album.' One song that got finished that day was Paul McCartney's 'Mother Nature's Son.'
At this stage of his illustrious career, Paul McCartney has seen and done pretty much everything. Now that he's in his 70s, he's officially at an age when most artists start to think about slowing down. But Paul McCartney is not most artists.
It's been years since Kurt Cobain's death ended Nirvana's promising career, but the group's music is still closely identified with Seattle. So it only makes sense that when Paul McCartney played his first-ever concert in the city's Safeco Stadium, he invited the surviving members of Nirvana to join him.
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