A Concert For George

A Concert For George

London

Royal Albert Hall

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A Concert For George was held at the Royal Albert Hall on 29th November 2002 to commemorate the first anniversary of George Harrison's death. Organised by his widow Olivia and son Dhani, and arranged under the musical guidance of Eric Clapton and Jeff Lynne, the concert spectacular saw performances from Tom Petty, Jools Holland and of course, Paul. One of the highlights was a performance of ‘Something’, which opened with Paul alone on ukulele before morphing into a full-band version.

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