Wednesday, June 20, 2018

VIDEO: Rolling Stones joined by James Bay for Beast Of Burden in London

The Rolling Stones were joined by UK singer James Bay for a performance of their 1978 classic, “Beast Of Burden”, during a June 19 concert at London’s Twickenham Stadium.

Bay was the opening act for the final show of the UK leg of the Stones’ No Filter European tour – which marked the band’s first appearances in their native land in five years – and the young rocker was thrilled to be a part of the event.

“This band have probably shaped the way I make music and perform more than anyone else,” posted Bay on his social media sites. “Their relentless passion and energy on stage is so inspiring. I can’t believe last night was real. Thank you.”

Following the fan-voted “Bitch”, Bay’s guest slot landed in the middle of the Stones 19-song set of classics.

“Thank you for a great night Twickenham, and special thanks to James Bay,” posted the band.

The 14-show series now heads to play stops in Germany, France and the Czech Republic before the trek’s finale in Warsaw, Poland on July 8.

The Rolling Stones just released “The Studio Albums Vinyl Collection 1971-2016”, a box set that features 15 records – from 1971’s “Sticky Fingers” to 2016’s “Blue & Lonesome” – pressed on heavyweight 180-gram black vinyl in an individually-numbered, limited-edition package that presents the records in faithful and intricate original packaging replications, including the original Andy Warhol-designed “Sticky Fingers” album with a working zipper and a hidden image underneath.

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