Remember Paul McCartney’s Super Bowl Half-time Show? This Was The Best Part

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA - FEBRUARY 06: Singer Paul McCartney performs during the Super Bowl XXXIX halftime show at Alltel Stadium on February 6, 2005 in Jacksonville, Florida. (Photo by Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images)

Everybody Was Singing In That Stadium

With a lot of Super Bowl buzz going around since it’s almost game day, we can’t help but to anticipate this year’s half-time show coming up. Maroon 5 is set to take the stage alongside rapper Travis Scott in Atlanta, GA on February 3rd, in the nation’s biggest televised sporting event.

There’s a big difference though between rock artists from back in the day, and modern pop artists. It’s just the energy. There’s just something about rock n’ roll you can’t channel through electronic music or rap. It’s all about the lyrics and live instruments and how you show up.

British rock legend Paul McCartney performs at halftime of Super Bowl XXXIX 06 February 2005 at Alltel Stadium in Jacksonville, FL. AFP PHOTO/Roberto SCHMIDT (Photo credit should read ROBERTO SCHMIDT/AFP/Getty Images)

This reminded us of when Beatles’ great Paul McCartney was selected to perform Super Bowl XXXIX’s half time show. And who can forget? Wow. What a performance. The whole show was awesome. An absolute legend who didn’t even need to share the stage with anyone, and people would still be satisfied. But there was one part that really stuck out. This moment brought the entire stadium (and people at home watching) together. This was during the song “Hey Jude”. The part where everyone gets to sing “Na na nanana naaaaa”.