STONES WELCOME NEVILLE FOR FIRST UNDER THE BOARDWALK IN 48 YEARS
The Rolling Stones' 50 and Counting World Tour continued last night
at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia with special guest Aaron Neville.
opened for The Stones in the '80s with The Neville Brothers and saw his most recent album
co-produced by Keith Richards, sang "Under The Boardwalk" with Mick Jagger and Co.
Neville emerged five songs into The Rolling Stones' set for the song originally recorded
by The Drifters. The Rolling Stones recorded a version of "Under The Boardwalk" in 1964
and are thought to have last performed the song in concert way back in 1965. Forty-eight
years - quite a bust out.
At every few shows on this tour, nightly Stones guest Mick Taylor has emerged on "Can't
You Hear Me Knocking" and last night was one of those shows. Taylor also performed on
"Midnight Rambler" and "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" as has become tradition on the
For the first encore, The Crossing Choir helped out on "You Can't Always Get What You
Watch fan-shot footage of "Under The Boardwalk" featuring Aaron Neville:
Take a look at last night's version of "Can't You Hear Me Knocking" featuring Mick
Here's the setlist from last night's show: