Watch Bruce Springsteen join The Rolling Stones on stage

Bruce Springsteen joined The Rolling Stones onstage in Lisbon last night (May 29) for a rendition of "Tumbling Dice". Fan-shot footage of the appearance sees them collaborating on the track from the Stones' 1972 Exile On Main St double album, which they had previously performed together in Springsteen's home state of New Jersey in 2012 during another Rolling Stones gig.

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Bruce Springsteen joined The Rolling Stones onstage in Lisbon last night (May 29) for a rendition of “Tumbling Dice“.

Fan-shot footage of the appearance sees them collaborating on the track from the Stones’ 1972 Exile On Main St double album, which they had previously performed together in Springsteen’s home state of New Jersey in 2012 during another Rolling Stones gig.




The band played to a sold-out crowd of 23,000 at Oslo’s Telenor Arena on Monday night, with a show that lasted over two hours.

Keith Richards took centre-stage in Oslo to bring back the rarely played “Can’t Be Seen” from the 1989 album Steel Wheels. The song was last heard at a gig 15 years ago in 1999.

“Let’s Spend The Night Together” was performed for the first time since 2007 as a fan request. Fans can vote for songs to be played on the tour at rollingstones.com.
Mick Taylor is still guest performer on the tour, joining the band for “Midnight Rambler” and “Satisfaction”.

Read the full setlist for the Oslo show here.

The tour will now visit a host of European cities, including a headline set at Roskilde Festival in Denmark on July 3. The Rolling Stones resumed their world tour on May 26 at Oslo’s Telenor Arena.

The band’s Australian and New Zealand dates have been rebooked for October and November.


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