STONES BUST OUT "2000 LIGHT YEARS FROM HOME"
AT ONE OF THE WORLD'S GREAT MUSIC FESTIVALS
The Rolling Stones returned home to Britain last night for their
first performance of 2013 outside of North America, when they made their debut at the
Glastonbury Festival. Despite rumors of special guests, the only additional musicians who
joined the Stones during the set were ex-member Mick Taylor and The Voice Chamber Choir
and London Youth Choir.
Taylor emerged for his usual nightly renditions of "Midnight Rambler" and "(I Can't Get
No) Satisfaction" as well as another take on "Can't You Hear Me Knocking." Meanwhile, the
two choirs helped out on "You Can't Always Get What You Want." The biggest surprise of the
evening was the first "2000 Light Years From Home" since August 25, 1990 - a major bust
out for the band. Mick, Keef and the rest of the Stones also changed the lyrics of
"Factory Girl" to "Glastonbury Girl."
The Stones allowed BBC to broadcast an hour of their set in the U.K. and a rip of the live
simulcast has already surfaced...
[Miss You, Midnight Rambler, 2000 Light Years From Home, Sympathy For The Devil,
Start Me Up, Tumbling Dice, Brown Sugar, You Can't Always Get What You Want, (I Can't Get
Here's the complete setlist from The Rolling Stones debut at Glastonbury:
[Published on: 6/30/13]