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- Posted on Mar 10th 2010 11:30AM by John D. Luerssen
Sir Paul, who got his start in a similar fashion when the Beatles first played basement shows in clubs in Hamburg, Germany and at Liverpool's Cavern Club, showed up at the gig with his girlfriend, Nancy Shevell. McCartney reportedly shot parts of his son's show with a video camera, and proudly sang along to the words of 'Glisten,' an original tune penned by James.
The legendary Beatle's presence couldn't help but have some onlookers stunned, especially as James dedicated two tunes, including the self-explanatory 'I Love You Dad' to his famous father.
"I love you Dad, more than you can know," James sang in the song's final lines. Paul happily returned the sentiment. "I love you too," he yelled to his son.