Each One Believing - Paul Sings Something, East Rutherford, NJ, 2002
© Bill Bernstein

Each One Believing - Paul Sings Something, East Rutherford, NJ, 2002

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By Bill Bernstein
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Each night, during the Back in the World Tour 2002-2003, Paul McCartney would pay tribute to George Harrison by performing his famous song Something, on a ukulele, against a backdrop of early photographs of The Beatles.

"In thinking about doing this tour, I wanted to do some kind of thing for George...I was immediately reminded of the second-to-last time I saw him.  We had dinner and we played ukuleles together.  It was his thing, he really loved the ukulele.  And at that point I made a little joke and sort of said, "I'll do this number, you know," and I played a little bit of Something, he quite liked it."  Paul McCartney from Each One Believing, published 2004

PLEASE NOTE: This artwork was originally only available for purchase at exclusive exhibitions around the world between 2004 - 2006. While it is not from a numbered edition, only the limited quantity that pre-sold at these brief exhibitions were printed and signed by Paul McCartney. Proceeds from the sales of all artwork went to the Adopt-A-Minefield Charitable organization in an effort to help rid the world of land mines. Occasionally we have one available for resale from a private collector.

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Each One Believing - Paul Sings Something, East Rutherford, NJ, 2002
Each One Believing - Paul Sings Something, East Rutherford, NJ, 2002

 
 
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