By 1968, their songwriting became less collaborative and more personal. Many of the songs written for the 'White Album' were written while in India with an acoustic guitar.

Paul was showcasing his independence as a writer and performer through songs like "Blackbird" and "Mother Nature's Son", George was becoming every bit as credible a songwriter with classics like "While My Guitar Gently Weeps", and John was quickly becoming an unwavering political activist.

In this intense and intimate part of the show, share a rare one-on-one moment with each member, before John Paul George and Ringo take the stage together again, one last time.

Act 5 ... Abbey Road