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Rolling Stones Return to London’s Hyde Park After 44 Years [WATCH]


The Rolling Stones returned to London’s Hyde Park this past weekend after 44 years.The crowd of 65,000 was treated to a show that saluted the band’s legendary 1969 concert – a show that was performed just 2 days after the death of founding member Brian Jones.

Mick Jagger even wore a white smock during this past weekend’s performance – one that resembled the white dress he famously wore on stage back in ’69.

“Just something I found in the back, ” he said, as the band played a rendition of “Honky Tonk Woman”.

Mick Taylor, who performed with the band for the first time during that 1969 show, joined the band on stage on Saturday for “Midnight Rambler.”

The show wrapped up with “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” as fireworks were set off over the central London location.

Watch some of the fan videos below.

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Their entire catalog has also been released on iTunes in celebration of the band’s ongoing 50th Anniversary celebration.


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