Rolling Stones Considering Full Sticky Fingers Performances

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Before The Rolling Stones announced a North American Tour rumors swirled that the band would perform each and every song from 1971’s Sticky Fingers each night. While the tour announcement didn’t mention Sticky Fingers performances, Mick Jagger told Rolling Stone they may indeed do so.

“We’re floating the idea of playing the whole album,” Mick told Rolling Stone. “At the very least, we’ll play the songs we don’t normally play.” Rolling Stone notes that the Stones have not performed “You Gotta Move” since 1976 and “Sister Morphine,” “Moonlight Mile” and “I Got The Blues” have gone unplayed since the 1990s.

The Rolling Stones are gearing up to release a deluxe edition of Sticky Fingers on May 26. Sticky Fingers deluxe will contain a number of previously unreleased tracks including a version of “Brown Sugar” featuring guitarist Eric Clapton.

The Rolling Stones Tour Dates

5/24 -Petco Park -San Diego, CA
5/30 -Ohio Stadium -Columbus, OH
6/03 -TCF Bank Stadium -Minneapolis, MN
6/06 -AT&T Stadium -Arlington, TX
6/09 -Bobby Dodd Stadium -Atlanta, GA
6/12 -Orlando Citrus Bowl Stadium -Orlando, FL
6/17 -LP Field -Nashville, TN
6/20 -Heinz Field -Pittsburgh, PA
6/23 -Marcus Amphitheater -Milwaukee, WI
6/27 -Arrowhead Stadium -Kansas City, MO
7/01 -Carter-Finley Stadium -Raleigh, NC
7/04 -Indianapolis Motor Speedway -Indianapolis, IN
7/08 -Comerica Park -Detroit, MI
7/11 -Ralph Wilson Stadium -Buffalo, NY
7/15 -Le Festival d’ete de Quebec