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The Rolling Stones tour news

The Rolling Stones tour news

The Rolling Stones kicked off the second North American leg of their 'A Bigger Bang' world tour last night (September 20) where they started it a year ago - in Boston.

Despite returning to familiar climes, the audience at the Gillette Stadium were treated to a notably different setlist than the one the band had been playing in Europe this summer.

Among the surprises were a cover of The Temptations' 1966 hit 'Ain't To Proud To Beg' and a run through back catalogue songs like 'Monkey Man', 'Sweet Virginia', 'Under My Thumb' plus the Keith Richards-fronted 'You Got The Silver' and 'Little T&A'.

The band played:

'Paint It Black'
'Live With Me'
'Monkey Man'
'Sway'
'Sweet Virginia'
'Streets Of Love'
'Ain't Too Proud To Beg'
'Midnight Rambler'
'Tumbling Dice'
'You Got The Silver'
'Little T&A'
'Under My Thumb'
'Rough Justice'
'Jumping Jack Flash'
'Honky Tonk Women'
'Sympathy For The Devil'
'Start Me Up'
'(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction'
'Brown Sugar'

The tour now calls at:

Halifax Commons (September 23)
New Jersey Giants Stadium (27)
Louisville Churchill Downs Race Track (29)
Wichita Cessna Stadium (October 1)
Missoula Grizzly Stadium (4)
Regina Mosiac Stadium (6/8)
Chicago Soldier Field (11)
Seattle Qwest Field (17)
El Paso Sun Bowl (20)
Austin Zilker Park (22)
Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall (27)
Vancouver BC Place (November 3)
Oakland McAfee Coliseum (5)
Glendale Cardinals Stadium (8)
Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena (11)
Boise Idaho Center (14)
Los Angeles Dodger Stadium (18)
Honolulu Aloha Stadium (22)


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