Working for the same company as Nancy Shevell has its perks — one of them being gifted with a spur of the moment private performance by her husband Sir Paul McCartney during your annual holiday party.
Over the weekend, Shevell hosted a shindig for her New England Motor Freight coworkers at Hudson House in Jersey City, New Jersey, that included an impromptu performance from her rockstar spouse. With his wife by his side, McCartney shed his jacket and dove straight into The Beatles' 1963 hit "I Saw Her Standing There." As he sang, he kept his eyes locked on his bride and every now and then grabbed her hand to dance with her.
The venue caught the surprise performance on camera and shared footage on Instagram. "Sir Paul McCartney & his wife Nancy were in the building last night 🤩," they captioned the video. "They hosted a holiday party at Hudson House last night! Everything about it was incredible, especially his impromptu performance 🤩@paulmccartney"
Check out the post below.
Although this set was unplanned, McCartney has spent plenty of planned out time on the road throughout his career. In fact, he was recently named 7th top touring artist of the decade, raking in $814 million from touring alone in the 2010s.
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