Beatles Tribute Tv special....

Some nice surprises...first, Maroon 5 was very impressive with their early Beatles tunes....Joe Walsh sounded awesome...wasn't a huge fan of David Grohls song choice...and the show seemed to dip in the middle...Annie Lennex came off a bit creepy in that bizarre dress...but Sir paul rocked it...and RIngo is always cool...all in all..not bad....hey, at least Bono wasn't involved...does he have to ruin everything?

what I meant was "modernized just for the sake of modernization," or, in this case, commercialization--i.e., to get the younger viewers to tune in.
As I said, I liked Ed Sheeran very much. On a previous program I liked Corinne Bailey Rae and Herbie Hancock performing "Blackbird" (the a cappella version by Trio Esperanca is also very good).

In other words, do it if it's good. Don't do it for the wrong reasons. Of course it is a subjective thing--not everyone can even agree that the Beatles are good.
Of course McCartney is still good, he's a great musical artist. One of the greatest ever. No one can take that away from him. At some point he won't be able to sing or perform anymore but when should be left up to him. By the way, has anyone heard his last cd? I read it was good but haven't heard it.
Have it, heard it, well worth the price of admission, give it a try, you will be satisfied.
I am by no means a Paul solo album fan, indeed I find most of them to be lightweight throwaways,--but this latest is very good. it's called "NEW"." Chaos and Creation in the Backyard" was also very good. I think it helps when he is around good young producers who push him out of the laconic middle.