Paul McCartney and President ObamaThe White House has seen it's fair share of important people over the years, but last night was definitely a decidedly star-studded event in honor of Paul McCartney.

The former Beatle shared the stage with Stevie Wonder, Faith Hill, Corrine Bailey Rae and even the Jonas Brothers, all who paid tribute through covers of his classic and extensive catalog of music, and even got a light roasting by Jerry Seinfeld.

Huffington Post reports that Stevie had the Obama family clapping along to "We Can Work It Out," and eventually Michelle, Sasha, Malia and the Commander in Chief himself took the stage for a group singalong of "Hey Jude." Check out footage of the special evening after the jump.