Video: Hot Rocks Rolling Stones Benefit Concert

Last night at Carnegie Hall in New York City, 21 acts from an assortment of musical backgrounds came together to pay tribute to The Rolling Stones at a charity event called Hot Rocks 1964 – 1971 put together by impresario Michael Dorf. Jim Fusilli of the Wall Street Journal goes over the high points (John Darnielle’s Paint It Black, Rickie Lee Jones’ Sympathy For The Devil, Carolina Chocolate Drops’ Midnight Rambler) and low points of the evening (Juliette Lewis’ Satisfaction, Peaches’ Heart of Stone, Rich Robinson’s Play With Fire) for the Speakeasy blog. A number of fantastic videos from the event have surfaced that we wanted to share.

Here’s a look at Taj Mahal and Deva Mahal’s version of Honky Tonk Women…

Taj and Deva Mahal – Honky Tonk Women

Legendary performer Ronnie Spector offered her take on Time Is On My Side…

Ronnie Spector – Time Is On My Side

Glen Hansard comes up with an inventive take on Under My Thumb…

Glen Hansard – Under My Thumb

And finally all 21 musicians came together for a Tumbling Dice finale…

Hot Rocks Finale – Tumbling Dice

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