Watch The Rolling Stones Bring Back ‘Bitch’ In Brussels
Watch the band perform the 'Sticky Fingers' classic for the first time in nearly three years.
The Rolling Stones played Sticky Fingers classic “Bitch” during their concert on Monday night in Brussels, Belgium. The song penned by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards had not been performed by The Rolling Stones since July 23, 2019.
Monday’s show took place at King Baudouin Stadium and came as part of the band’s 60th Anniversary Tour. The Rolling Stones made their live debut 60 years ago today at the Marquee Jazz Club in London.
“Street Fighting Man” served as the opening song in Brussels. The group then broke out “Bitch” after performing “19th Nervous Breakdown” and “Tumbling Dice.” Musical director/keyboardist Chuck Leavell counted the band into a rousing “Bitch” that featured incendiary guitar work from Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood. Check out fan-shot video below:
The recently debuted Aftermath gem “Out Of Time” followed the tour debut. Later in the set, Keith Richards fronted The Stones on “Slipping Away” and “Connection.” Monday’s main set ended in a similar fashion to other SIXTY shows with such staples as “Miss You,” “Midnight Rambler,” “Start Me Up” and “Jumpin’ Jack Flash.”
The Rolling Stones capped the night with an encore consisting of “Sympathy For The Devil” and “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.” The band returns to the stage this Friday, July 15 in Vienna, Austria.
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The Rolling Stones at Koning Boudewijnstadium / Stade Roi Baudouin
- Charlie Watts Tribute
- Street Fighting Man
- 19th Nervous Breakdown
- Tumbling Dice
- Out of Time
- Beast of Burden
- You Can't Always Get What You Want
- Living in a Ghost Town
- Honky Tonk Women
- Slipping Away
- Miss You
- Midnight Rambler
- Paint It Black
- Start Me Up
- Gimme Shelter
- Jumpin' Jack Flash
- Sympathy for the Devil
- (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction