It would seem that no stage is too big for a certain degree of pettiness for our president-elect, as Donald Trump appeared to be using Thursday's (Jan. 19) inauguration welcome concert as a golden opportunity to troll The Rolling Stones.
The Rolling Stones previewed their upcoming Zip Code tour with a surprise concert Wednesday night at L.A.’s tiny Fonda Theatre, where they played their classic 1971 album Sticky Fingers in its entirety for the first time ever. Wednesday’s gig marked the first time the band played deep cut “You Gotta Move” in close to four decades, along with other rarely performed Sticky Fingers tunes “Sister Morphine” and “I Got the Blues.” The group will kick off the tour officially on May 24th in San Diego. Video from the concert shows the band playing the album’s “Brown Sugar” and “Moonlight Mile,” the latter of which features Mick Jagger on guitar, as well as some of the famous faces in the audience.
The Rolling Stones have been unleashing alternate versions of tracks off their classic 1971 LP Sticky Fingers before the album's deluxe remastered reissue arrives on June 9th. This time, the Stones have shared a looser take on the opening track “Brown Sugar” that features the band rocking out with Eric Clapton.