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Pic of Dying Dad's Final Wish for 1 More Beer With Sons Goes Viral

You'll have a tear in your beer thanks to 87-year-old Norbert Schemm, whose pic of his adult sons enjoying one more brewski with him at his deathbed has gone viral. "My grandfather passed away today. Last night all he wanted to do was to have one last beer with his sons," Adam Schemm tweeted this past Wednesday along with the photo, which shows Norbert smiling in his hospital bed as he holds a bottle of Bud Light in one hand. His wife of 65 years, Joanne, holds his other hand as sons Bob, Tom and John stand alongside them. “That moment meant so much to my grandfather,” Adam tells TODAY. “You can tell they all know what’s gonna happen, and they just want to enjoy being together. They all have this look of closure...It was the last 90 minutes that they really had him. They drank beer and talked about family and he made everyone promise to take care of my grandmother." Norbert passed away from colon cancer the following night.

 


Paul McCartney Announces New Dates for 2020 "Freshen Up" Tour


Paul McCartney recently announced that he's adding at least 10 more dates to his 2020 Freshen Up tour. Consequence of Sound reports that the first new date will take place on May 23 in Lille, France. The shows will conclude with his appearance at the Glastonbury Festival in England on June 27. The 78-year-old McCartney will be the oldest headliner in the festival's 50-year history. Tickets for the new dates (except Glastonbury) go on sale Tuesday, November 26th at 10:00 a.m. local time. If you can't make any of the concerts, you can still enjoy the two new singles the former Beatle released earlier this week: "In a Hurry" and ""Home Tonight."


 

Aerosmith Extends Las Vegas Residency Into 2020

Consequence of Sound reports that Aerosmith will bring back their Las Vegas residency in 2020 with 15 newly scheduled performances. The new dates kick off at the Park Theater at the Park MGM on January 29 and 31. They'll then play six shows in February and five in May before wrapping up with shows on June 2 and June 4. Tickets for the new dates go on sale this coming Friday. Meanwhile, the band still has nine dates left for their 2019 run at the Park Theater, with the next taking place on September 21.