The infamous 'Oldchella' festival - which saw some of music's biggest legends, including Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Paul McCartney and The Rolling Stones - took place this weekend.

The series of gigs was officially called the 'Desert Trip' but dubbed 'Oldchella' because it was held in the same location as hipster music festival Coachella - but it saw some interesting collaborations took place.

One of them was Paul McCartney and Neil Young, who teamed up for several Beatles songs after McCartney introduced him on stage, calling him 'a really good friend of ours... someone I've known through the years...'

See the two titans of rock playing 'A Day in the Life', John Lennon's 'Give Peace a Chance' and 'Why Don't We Do It In the Road' below:



Via Vulture