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81-year-old who sang in the Beatles, shocked by surprising performance

He co-starred with The Beatles, but is now a true solo star.

81-year-old retired medical assistant and former singer Dave Williams, who shared the stage with The Fab Four, shocked the nursing home with an improvisational performance in a fundraiser.

Williams surprised Park Nursing Home in Liverpool, England on July 23, revealing that he had played with The Beatles several times as a young man. According to The Righteous Brothers.

The Elderly Care Facility shared a video of Williams singing onTikTok. Since then, word-of-mouth has spread with over 522,000 views.

Williams, who doesn't live at home, asked vocalist Toninesbitt to go on stage with a fundraiser consisting of a picnic full of food, fun and games, followed by a performance.

"When I woke up, her daughter asked me to sit down, but I'm glad I didn't," he said of his daughter, Parkview's chef. He told Debbie's Southwest News Service.

His powerful performance surprised not only social media, but also the residents of nursing homes, women with dementia.

"After her performance, I saw her singing her song herself. It was great," he said.

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"Words of all of us after his performance "I can't explain it with," said Jody Soraiman, Parkview Wellbeing Coordinator. "Dave has lived an incredible life, to say the least. He also wants to play for us."

Solaiman, 25, said. I posted TikTok, which has received a lot of praise and love for Williams, who has just noticed the popularity of clips. The day after the Nursing Home event, when he went to a local betting shop, the octet said he was surprised and the entire store was applauding for him.

Soraiman was also stunned to learn about his past at The Beatles, but said that singing was "his first love."

When Williams was 15, he started working at Sefton General Hospital and founded a band called The Dices to sing with them in his free time.

His band first appeared in 1958 at the Moog Skiffle cellar in Broadgreen, Liverpool, with Beatles drummer Ringo Starr, but it was unknown thereafter. A weekend gig on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights at a small club in Braudon, England. Around that time, he sang with The Beatles at Notty Ash Village Hall in Liverpool in 1961.

"It was all surreal and never forgotten," he rejoiced. "The gig at Noty Ash was a little tricky. It might have been a little sick, but there was a good applause."

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The crooner didn't stop there. He even sang with Spice Girls Mel C on June 17, 2000, Paul McCartney's 58th birthday.

"On Paul's birthday, people from all over the world came there," he spouted. "I was fortunate to have these experiences."

While a talented singer, Williams worked for the UK's publicly funded healthcare system, the NHS, and Merseyside, UK. While running a theater around Merseyside, he built a career of almost 50 years.

"I owe my life and happiness to theNational Health Service," Williams added. "I know it's gone through a bad patch, but it's a great service by the best people who really give 100%." ​​