The Stones Play A Secret Show At Gillette And Mick Paid Tribute To Charlie


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Almost 40 years to the day when The Rolling Stones played a secret show at a small club in Worcester called Sir Morgan's Cove to get ready for the worldwide Tattoo You tour, the Stones performed a secret show for a small crowd at Gillette Stadium last night to get ready for the North American leg of the No Filter tour.

Hosted by Patriot's owner Robert Kraft, the concert took place in a tent set up on the field at Gillette Stadium. A total of 14 songs were performed including two live debuts and the first “19th Nervous Breakdown” since 2005.

This was the first performance for the band since the death of drummer Charlie Watts on August 24th, Steve Jordan made his debut as The Rolling Stones’ new drummer.

Check out the heartfelt tribute and toast to Charlie that Mick Jagger made from the stage, and some of the songs that they belted out.


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