Paul McCartney to be Honored at the White House

Paul McCartney performs at Citi Field on Friday, July 17, 2009, in New York.

WASHINGTON (CBS/AP) Paul McCartney will be honored at the White House next month, where the former Beatle will be presented an award by President Barack Obama.

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The president and first lady will host a concert in the East Room on June 2, when McCartney will be awarded the Gershwin Prize for Popular Song from the Library of Congress.

The Jonas Brothers, Faith Hill, Stevie Wonder and Jerry Seinfeld are among an all-star lineup that will honor McCartney at the event.

Performers announced Monday also will include White Stripes singer and guitarist Jack White, Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl, Emmylou Harris, Elvis Costello and others.

Last year, President Barack Obama presented Wonder with the nation's highest award for pop music. Paul Simon won the first Gershwin prize in 2007.

The concert for McCartney will be televised on July 28.

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