BUTLER DROPS GUITAR BUT NOT MIC
TO START THE LAST TIME DUET WITH JAGGER
The Rolling Stones' 50 and Counting World Tour rolled on to the Bell
Centre in Montreal last night, where the tour's trend of guest spots continued with Win
Butler of Arcade Fire joining the likes of Taj Mahal, John Mayer, Gwen Stefani, Dave
Grohl, Carrie Underwood and Tom Waits.
Butler emerged seven songs into The Rolling Stones' set for a take on the 1965 hit
Jagger/Richards single "The Last Time." Win came out with his guitar, but quickly ditched
the axe to focus on singing with Mick Jagger. Mick kindly picked up Butler's guitar and
handed it off to a roadie. "The Last Time" followed the tour's second performance of "Dead
Flowers" which won out in fan voting before the show. It had been a while since the Stones
last performed "The Last Time," which was last played at this year's tour opener on May 3.
Nightly Stones guest Mick Taylor performed on "Midnight Rambler" and "(I Can't Go No)
Satisfaction" as has become tradition on the tour. For the first encore, the Le Choeur des
Jeunes de Laval choir helped out on "You Can't Always Get What You Want."
Watch fan-shot footage of "The Last Time" featuring Win Butler:
Check out this fan-shot clip of "Dead Flowers":
Enjoy this CBC News feature on the choir that sang "You Can't Always Get What You Want":
Here's the setlist from last night's show: