Lester Cohen/WireImageThe new documentary focusing on how the sudden death of Whitney Houston affected this year's Grammy Awards is streaming now for free online. A Death in the Family: The Show Must Go On includes behind-the scenes rehearsal footage, as well as new interviews with several artists who performed in the show.
A major segment of the 28-minute film is devoted to Paul McCartney's late decision to play the medley from the end of The Beatles' Abbey Road album during the finale for the Grammys ceremony. Bruce Springsteen, The Eagles' Joe Walsh and Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl, who all participated in the performance, are seen commenting about the experience in A Death in the Family.
The Boss recalls that after McCartney tapped him to play during the segment, he jokingly told Sir Paul, "I've been waiting since 1964 for you to ask, so tonight's my night."
Also showcased in the flick are Springsteen's energetic opening number with The E Street Band and Jennifer Hudson's touching performance of "I Will Always Love You" in tribute to Whitney.
Check out the entire film at Grammy.com.
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