Sir Paul McCartney led the Coachella Valley in a joyous journey down memory lane on the second day of Desert Trip – the most lucrative festival ever, uniting some of the greatest rock bands of all time.
McCartney was joined on stage on Saturday night by Neil Young, who earlier in the evening had played a set by turns hauntingly beautiful and rousingly rocking.
McCartney paid tribute to The Rolling Stones, headlining the previous day alongside Bob Dylan, and, in a sign of how tight-knit the six legendary Desert Trip acts are, Young in turn made reference to Sunday’s headliners – Roger Waters, of Pink Floyd, and The Who.
“Tomorrow night do come back,” said 70-year-old Young. “Because Roger’s going to build a wall and make Mexico great again.”
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