The star remembers his Beatles bandmate...

Paul McCartney performed songs in tribute to George Harrison at a concert marking the 100th anniversary of the NOBEL PEACE PRIZE.

Paul McCartney played a show at the Spektrum venue in Oslo last night (December 11), his first live performance since George Harrison lost a long battle against cancer last month (November 29).

According to the Reuters news service, the former Beatles performed two songs, ‘Freedom’ and ‘Your Loving Flame’ from his current album ‘ Driving Rain’, as well as a star-studded version of ‘Let It Be’ with guest appearances by Wyclef Jean, Anastacia and Natalie Imbruglia.

Introducing ‘Your Loving Flame’ and ‘Freedom’, he said: “The first one I wrote for my fiancĂ©e, Heather, and the second one I wrote for the American people after September 11, but tonight I’d like to dedicate them both to my friend George.”