The Rolling Stones kicked off the U.S. leg of their "No Filter" Tour back on June 21st with a great show at Soldier Field in Chicago, which I was fortunate enough to enjoy. They've been on tour all summer since and just wrapped up a two-show set in the New York area - of course to capacity crowds.
One reason the Stones are still as cool as they are is that, on top of still sounding great and playing with energy, they vary up the setlists a bit. In Chicago, they played "Sad Sad Sad" for the first time in concert since 2002. Now in New York, they just played "Harlem Shuffle" for the first time in concert since 1990.
"Harlem Shuffle" was a 1986 hit for them off their album Dirty Work, a cover of the original hit by the duo Bob & Earl back in 1963 - which was a year after the Rolling Stones formed.
Check out their performance from MetLife Stadium here or below!
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