The magic of technology is set to bring back The Beatles on stage together.
The two surviving members of the Fab Four, Sir Paul McCartney, 68, and Ringo Starr, 70 will perform alongside digital images of late bandmates George Harrison and John Lennon, reports the Daily Star.
Macca and drummer Ringo will play with backing musicians at the famous Hollywood Bowl, scene of one of their most famous gigs 45 years ago.
The pop legends, whose record 17 British No1 singles include Get Back, will entertain tens of thousands of fans at the Los Angeles venue in aid of World Peace and Breast Cancer charities, on August 27 next year.
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