Legendary musician Sir Paul McCartney was in attendance during Sunday’s Super Bowl XLVIII showdown. Well it’s pretty much been a walk in the park for the Seattle Seahawks.
McCartney has had himself a huge week. Last Sunday he reunited with his drummer from The Beatles, Ringo Starr and performed a brand new song. Watching them two performing together again was very exciting to see considering I’ve been listening to the Fab Four my entire life.
Yeah, I’m only 25 but my Uncle Michael had me listening to their music ever since I was a baby. Now next Sunday will mark the 50th anniversary since The Beatles they made their American debut on the Ed Sullivan show. CBS will air a recorded program called ‘The Night That Changed America: A Grammy tribute to The Beatles” at 8pm eastern 7pm central.
That’s Ed Sullivan’s old television spot. Performers including Dave Grohl, Alicia Keys, John Legend, John Mayer, Stevie Wonder, Brad Paisley, Imagine Dragons and Ed Shereen will pay tribute to one of the greatest Rock and Roll bands of all time.
But for right now, all eyes are on this blow out game. Now here’s the GIF of Paul McCartney watching “American Football”. Not sure if he’s bored or not, but he seems to be enjoying his slice of pizza.