Rolling Stones @ London 02 Arena #2 – Setlist

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The Rolling Stones have just stepped off stage at the 02 Arena in London for their second of two shows at the venue that have opened the 50 & Counting Tour. While tonight’s setlist featured many similarities to what they played on Sunday, there were some notable changes. First off, Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine took over Mary J. Blige’s role in singing Gimme Shelter. Also, instead of having Jeff Beck out to perform on Going Down like they did on Sunday, Eric Clapton emerged to tackle Muddy Waters’ (via McKinley Morganfield) Champagne and Reefer. Both Mick Taylor and Bill Wyman rocked on the same songs they played on earlier this week.

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The Last Time saw action for its run debut as did Lady Jane which was performed for the first time since Brian Jones passed away in 1969. In fact, the last one was thought to have taken place in 1967 – 45 years ago! Let It Bleed track Live With Me got the call for its initial 50 and Counting performance along with Satisfaction.


MAIN SET: Get Off Of My Cloud,  I Wanna Be Your Man,  The Last Time,  Paint It Black,  Gimme Shelter (with Florence Welch),  Lady Jane,  Champagne And Reefer (with Eric Clapton),  Live With Me,  Miss You,  One More Shot,  Doom And Gloom,  It’s Only Rock ‘N’ Roll (But I Like It) (with Bill Wyman), Honky Tonk Women (with Bill Wyman),  Band Intros,  Before They Make Me Run,  Happy,  Midnight Rambler (with Mick Taylor),  Start Me Up,  Tumbling Dice,  Brown Sugar,  Sympathy For The Devil

ENCORE  You Can’t Always Get What You Want (w/ Choirs),  Jumpin’ Jack Flash,  (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction

The tour continues at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on December 8th.

Here’s more videos from Show #2 at London’s 02 Arena…

Once again OG bassist Bill Wyman sat in on It’s Only Rock and Roll

Mick busted out the Gorilla suit for Sympathy For The Devil

Two choruses helped on You Can’t Always Get What You Want

It wouldn’t be a Stones show without Jumping Jack Flash

Watch Keith Richards work his Brown Sugar magic…

After getting cut on Sunday, Satisfaction made the set on Thursday…

Here’s Paint It Black from the beginning of the show…

Mick makes full use of the stage during Start Me Up

Former Stone Mick Taylor guested on Midnight Rambler once again…

Old friend Eric Clapton stopped by for some Champagne and Reefer

Finally, here’s the bust out of Lady Jane after 45 years…

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