David Letterman's Top 10 Musical Moments

From Sonny and Cher's reunion to Future Islands' freakout, the most memorable performances during Dave's 33 years in late night

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Paul McCartney - 'Get Back' (2009)

No matter how many legendary performances took place on the Ed Sullivan Theater stage during during the Late Show's run, nothing will ever top what took place there on February 9th, 1964 when the Beatles made their American television debut. That moment changed the world forever — so when Paul McCartney came back in 2009, he decided he didn't want to return to the same stage. Instead, he set up on the famous marquee of the theater and, in a recreation of the Beatles' last public performance in 1969 on the rooftop of Apple Records, hr put on a free show for the lucky crowd gathered on the street. (Here's Macca's rendition of "Get Back.")  

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