The Rolling Stones were joined by Brad Paisley for a performance of their 1971 classic, “Dead Flowers”, in Nashville on Wednesday.
Paisley did double-duty on the evening, opening the Stones’ show at the city’s LP Field, where he brought on special guests Carrie Underwood and Joe Walsh.
“We’ve got so many country artists here tonight,” joked Mick Jagger, “When I went to the VIP room back stage, wow, I’ve never seen so much heartbreak!”
“We should come here more often,” added Keith Richards, “it’s a great town.”
“Thanks Nashville for giving us such a hot sultry night, we had a blast!!”, posted Jagger the day after the show.
The Rolling Stones are currently playing concerts on their Zip Code tour of North America to promote the expanded reissue of “Sticky Fingers”, which is rounded out with alternate and unreleased tracks from the sessions.
The band’s next scheduled date is at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, PA on Saturday.
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