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Raconteurs Cover The Stones At London Show

Raconteurs Cover The Stones At London Show

The Raconteurs covered part of "Little Red Rooster", the Willie Dixon track made famous by The Rolling Stones in '64, at their first London show in two years last night (May 14).

The sold-out Hammersmith Apollo audience also included The Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger and Ronnie Wood while legendary musician Robert Wyatt watched from the side of the stage.

The 15-track set showcased their latest album release 'Consolers Of The Lonely', but Jack White and co. also threw in some surprise cover versions.

As well as "Little Red Rooster", they also tackled blues standard "Keep It Clean," originally recorded by Charley Jordan and Terry Reid's "Rich Kid Blues."

Read Uncut's full live review of the show by click here now.

The full Raconteurs' set list was:

1 Consolers Of The Lonely
2 The Switch And The Spur
3 You Don't Understand Me
4 Top Yourself
5 Old Enough
6 Hold Up
7 Keep It Clean
8 Level
9 Steady, As She Goes
10 Rich Kid Blues
11 Your Blue Veins

Encores:
12 Many Shades Of Black
13 Little Red Rooster
14 Intimate Secretary
15 Salute Your Solution
16 Carolina Drama


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