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Paul McCartney brings surprise guest — Ringo Starr — to sold-out Dodger Stadium

LOS ANGELES - What a Beatle wants, a Beatle generally gets, even when it may require a bit of harmless subterfuge, as proved to be the case Saturday during Paul McCartney's sold-out final U.S. stop on his 2019 Freshen Up tour.

Well into his three-hour performance at Dodger Stadium, the 77-year-old rocker noted, "We know what people want to hear, because when we play a Beatles song, all the cellphones come on and it looks like a galaxy of stars, and when we do a new song, it looks like a

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