Watch the Rolling Stones perform “Hang On Sloopy” for the first time since 1966

They played it at their show in Columbus, Ohio

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The Rolling Stones performed “Hang On Sloopy” in concert for the first time since 1966 on Saturday night [May 30,2015].

The band played the song at Ohio Stadium, Columbus as part of their Zip Code tour of North America.

The song, taken to No 1 by The McCoys in 1965, is an anthem at sporting events throughout Ohio.

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It was also a regular fixture in Stones’ setlists in 1966, but has been unplayed by the band since.

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