Watch ‘One World: Together At Home’ Clips from Elton John, Paul McCartney, the Rolling Stones, Eddie Vedder, Stevie Wonder and More

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This past Saturday evening, entertainers from around the world joined forces — remotely, of course, in the age of social distancing — to pay tribute to first responders and those on the front lines battling COVID-19. Put on by Global Citizen and the World Health Organization with the aid of Lady Gaga, the One World: Together At Home global broadcast was a marathon of solid entertainment with a cause.

The broadcast featured participation from several living legends in addition to younger, more contemporary artists, giving the whole thing a generational appeal that spanned young and old. When it was all said and done, it supported healthcare workers in a major way:

The Rolling Stones, a late addition to the proceedings, played “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” from each of their respective home studios/bedrooms:

Sir Paul McCartney, fresh off his headline-grabbing comments on Howard Stern, played the Beatles‘ classic “Lady Madonna”:

From his driveway, piano nestled under a basketball hoop, Sir Elton John delighted with “I’m Still Standing”:

Stevie Wonder paid homage to the late Bill Withers with “Lean On Me” and also performed “Love’s in Need of Love Today”:

Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam, meanwhile, played the song “River Cross,” a tender cut from his band’s great new album Gigaton:

Billie Joe Armstrong played Green Day‘s “Wake Me Up When September Ends”:

Taylor Swift performed “Soon You’ll Get Better”:

Lady Gaga’s contribution was a performance of “Smile”:

Adam Lambert performed “Superpower”:

John Legend and Sam Smith played “Stand By Me”:

Jennifer Lopez channeled Barbra Streisand with a rendition of “People”:

Annie Lennox and her daughter, Lola, performed “There Must Be An Angel”:

Billie Eilish and brother FINNEAS performed “Sunny”:

And so on. It was a fittingly dizzying array of artists from all genres and styles, coming together for a great mutual cause. Watch the full One World: Together At Home broadcast below:

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  1. Amazing! You left out what I thought was the very best video of them all: Keith Urban performing “Higher Love” with 2 audio/video replications of himself.