ROLLING STONES JAM WITH MICK TAYLOR
AND SHERYL CROW IN CHICAGO
As we've been reporting, The Rolling Stones have made guest spots the focal point of their 50
and Counting Tour with sit-ins from the likes of Taj Mahal, John Mayer, Gwen Stefani, Dave
Grohl, Carrie Underwood and Tom Waits taking place at previous shows, along with nightly
appearances from the
tour's special guest Mick Taylor. Last night at the United Center in Chicago, the band
continued that trend by bringing out old friend Sheryl Crow.
Crow emerged seven songs into The Rolling Stones' set for a take on the Exile On Main
Street gem "All Down The Line." The lady rocker has appeared several times in the past
with the Stones dating back to 1994 and has been known to cover the legendary band's songs
in her own live shows.
Friday night's show also saw the second performance of "Can't You Hear Me Knockin'" of the
tour featuring former guitarist Mick Taylor. Taylor also performed on on "Midnight
Rambler" and "(I Can't Go No) Satisfaction" as has become tradition on the tour. Also of
note, The Rolling Stones dusted off Exile track "Shine A Light" for the first time
since August 23, 2007. "Shine A Light" was a special request which won out in fan voting
before show time. For the first encore, the Roosevelt University Chamber Singers helped
out on "You Can't Always Get What You Want."
Watch exceptional fan-shot footage of "Can't You Hear Me Knockin'" featuring Mick Taylor:
Check out this fan-shot clip of "Shine A Light:"
Here's the setlist from last night's show: