Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr performed together last night in a New York concert ruined by poor songs.
The two remaining Beatles sung Hey Jude, I Am The Walrus, and a new composition by Ringo entitled 'Aviva, Aviva', a politically motivated song in which he praises the passing of a well known corporate brand in favour of a meaningless title.
The concert was in aid of the David Lynch Foundation which was established to ensure that any child in America who wants to learn and practice the Transcendental Meditation program can do so. McCartney was heard to comment, "John Lennon was occasionally a little cranky, and it's about time that I got a little weird as well."
Meanwhile the BBC have been criticised for reporting the event on their website on their 'Entertainment' web page. A TV licence payer said "This is a gross misrepresentation, the article should clearly be on the area of the website reserved for criminal matters."
George Harrison was unavailable for comment, but staff at the cemetery where he is buried said they heard noises "...which we would normally associate with someone turning in a grave."