Kevin Kane/WireImage for Rock and Roll Hall of FameIn April, Paul McCartney was on hand to induct his old Beatles band mate Ringo Starr into the Rock and Hall of Fame as a solo artist. Now, Sir Paul has posted a video online that captures a variety of candid, behind-the-scenes moments from the historic event, which took place at Cleveland’s Public Hall.

The four-minute clip includes a scene where McCartney and Starr are chatting with Stevie Wonder. After Wonder embraces Starr and congratulates him on the honor, Ringo quips, “We’re reforming the group, man. You wanna join?” To which Stevie responds, “Yes, I would.”

Another scene shows McCartney with his Hofner bass in hand practicing the old Fab Four tune “I Wanna Be Your Man,” as Green Day‘s Billie Joe Armstrong comes up from behind him and puts his arm around Paul’s shoulder as they pose for a photo.

Other segments feature Starr onstage with McCartney, Joe Walsh and other stars playing “With a Little Help from My Friends” and “I Wanna Be Your Man.” There also is a humorous interlude filmed in the dressing room area where Walsh demonstrates to McCartney a hambone routine — that is, rhythmically slapping his hands against his thighs and stamping his feet — he says his grandfather used to do.

After a segment capturing Sir Paul giving part of his induction speech honoring Ringo, the video comes to an end with a clip of McCartney talking to the camera as he’s coming out of his dressing room with a cocktail in his hand.

“Here’s to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Here’s to Ringo Starr. Richard Starkey, born in Liverpool,” he declares. “Best drummer in the world. The man. My friend. My little brother. Here’s to you, baby.”

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