— Paul McCartney (@PaulMcCartney) June 17, 2022
There’s only one thing better than seeing a rockstar on stage: seeing three of them.
Paul McCartney knew just what to do to get the crowd at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., up on its feet during the gig — the last North American leg of his “Got Back” tour.
The iconic musician — and one-fourth of The Beatles — welcomed surprise guests Bruce Springsteen and Jon Bon Jovi for an electric night of music on Thursday.
“Seeing Paul and Bruce together is nothing short of magical,” concertgoer Brian Marschhauser, 34, who hails from Yorktown, N.Y. told The Post.
“I saw them perform together in 2017 at MSG so I knew this might be a possibility. But I still lost my mind when Paul introduced him and couldn’t help but joint in the chorus of ‘Bruuuuuce.’”
Before welcoming the Bon Jovi frontman up on stage, McCartney joined forces with The Boss to belt out his iconic anthem “Glory Days” and early Beatles track “I Wanna Be Your Man.”
“A local boy is going to join us,” McCartney teased the crowd.
“Bruce sounded incredible during ‘Glory Days.’ He’s definitely in form for his own upcoming tour. To see those musical icons performing at this level in 2022 is special,” Marschhauser added.