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Paul McCartney Jams With Ronnie Wood at Son James' London Show

Veterans help younger McCartney kicks off his tour

Paul McCartney surprises his son James as he performs with Ronnie Wood in London.
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March 28, 2013 1:35 PM ET

James McCartney marked the start of his tour in a big way when his dad Paul McCartney and the Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood showed up to celebrate and play alongside him onstage. The younger McCartney kicks off a U.S. tour on April 6th at Portland's McMenamin's White Eagle Saloon, and to prepare, he played a show at London's Ambassadors Theatre last night.

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According to the Daily Mail, James played cuts off his upcoming debut album, Me. Although his father started off on the sidelines, Wood hopped onstage with James and accompanied him on guitar. Paul McCartney later joined the party, taking the stage and playing some piano during the set.

Me is set for a May 21st release. For full tour dates, visit James McCartney's website.

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