Watch the Rolling Stones play “She’s A Rainbow” for the first time in 18 years

They played the track on first night of tour in Chile

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The Rolling Stones began their latest tour in Chile on Wednesday night (February 3) and played 1967 track “She’s A Rainbow” for the first time in 18 years.

In the run up to the show at the Estadio Nacional, the band asked fans via their website to choose the track that they would play during their performance.

They offered “She’s A Rainbow”, “Anybody Seen My Baby”, “She’s So Cold” and “Like a Rolling Stone”, with the former winning by the most votes. The track hadn’t been played since 1998 and, Rolling Stone reports, only the 11th time in their entire history. You can watch the band play the track below.


The Stones tour continues on February 7 with three nights at Argentina’s Estadio Unico. It finishes on March 17 at Mexico City’s Foro Sol.

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