The Earth shaking this weekend was Glastonbury '22. Always where rock invents and reinvents itself. A sea of fans waving flags and dialed in. This year? The return of a VIB (very important Beatle) actually two if you count the reanimation of John Lennon behind Paul painstakingly separated from a film by brainiac moviemaker Peter Jackson who took on making the documentary of the Beatles last days together in "Get Back" last year. Jackson separated Lennon's vocals from film and Paul synced up with his partner on the Beatle's "I've Got A Feeling". Chills! Then came heartbroken Dave Grohl, processing the death of yeat another bandmate, this time Taylor Hawkins. Sporting a T-tattoo on his hand and immersing himself in "Band on the Run" with sir Paul, it looked like a therapy session with 200 thousand fans. And Bruce. Yes, Bruce surprised everyone to perform "Glory Days". This is what rock n roll has matured into, layers of rock stars doing what they do best.