Sir Paul McCartney brought the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee concert to a close at the Victoria Memorial outside Buckingham Palace, London. He played a five-song set, opening with Magical Mystery Tour, followed by All My Loving, Let It Be, Live And Let Die and Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da.McCartney’s band was Paul ‘Wix’ Wickens (vocals, keyboards, guitar, percussion, harmonica), Brian Ray (vocals, guitar, bass), Rusty Anderson (vocals, guitar) and Abe Laboriel Jr (vocals, drums).The band members were in high spirits on Twitter in the lead-up to the concert, posting photographs from around London and gossip from the soundcheck.Looks like Wix has a serious case of Royal Fever. “— Brian Ray (@brianrayguitar) It’s an incredible feeling to play a once in a lifetime gig… for a second time!!! : ) >— abe laboriel jr (@ogabejr) Ready for soundcheck @ the Palace for the Queen’s Jubilee. Hope the sun comes out to play. They’ve polished the statue! Stevie Wonder sounded rediculously good at soundcheck. Stevie Wonder & band just kicked a seriously grooving Superstition @ soundcheck!!!Wow!!!: ) >— abe laboriel jr (@ogabejr) just digging on stevie wonder’s stellar Soundcheck for the queens jubilee tonight— Rusty Anderson (@rustyanderson1) The kit, getting ready for the palace…: ) > The Diamond Jubilee Concert had performers from every decade of the Queen’s 60-year reign, including Sir Cliff Richard, Sir Elton John, Sir Tom Jones, Dame Shirley Bassey, Kylie Minogue, Robbie Williams and will.i.am.The event was seen by 18,000 ticket holders, with tens of thousands more watching from the Mall. The three-hour concert was also broadcast by the BBC.For the closing song, Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da, the band was joined by all the acts from the night. McCartney played a Hofner bass guitar emblazoned with a Union flag design. The lining of his jacket, which he took off before the song, also had the same design.After the final song a speech was given by Prince Charles in tribute to the Queen. The event ended with the Queen lighting a beacon flame, and a firework display.