On Tuesday (June 21), the Rolling Stones returned to the stage in Milan after two concerts of their “Sixty” tour fell through due to Mick Jagger’s corona disease. At the San Siro Stadium they played a set consisting of 19 pieces in total.

    Gimme Gospel

    Above all, the performance of “Gimme Shelter” was an event: they played one of their greatest songs together with the gospel singer Chanel Haynes. The musician took the place of actual longtime backup singer Sasha Allen. She had missed the show for an unspecified reason. Discovered by famed producer Quincy Jones, Haynes is best known as one third of the gospel trio Trin-i-Tee 5:7. She also starred in the British production of Tina: The Tina Turner Musical.

    As with all previous dates on the tour, the Stones kicked off their set with a video tribute to Charlie Watts. Session drummer Steve Jordan has been on drums since Watts’ death in December last year.

    The complete setlist from June 21st

    Charlie Watts Tributes

    1.Street Fighting Man
    2. 19th Nervous Breakdown
    3. Tumbling Dice
    4. Out of time
    5. Dead Flowers
    6. Wild Horses
    7. You Can’t Always Get What You Want
    8. Living in a Ghost Town
    9. Honky Tonk Women
    10. You Got the Silver (Keith Richards on vocals)
    11. Connection (Keith Richards on vocals)
    12. Miss You
    13. Midnight Rambler
    14. Start Me Up
    15. Paint It Black
    16. Sympathy for the Devil
    17. Jumpin’ Jack Flash

    encore

    18. Gimme Shelter
    19. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction

    Photos of the Rolling Stones in Milan

    The inimitable moves of Mick Jagger
    Keith Richards and his guitar (in the background: Steve Jordan)
    Ronnie Wood
    The stage

    The Rolling Stones are coming to Berlin

    To celebrate their 60th anniversary, the Rolling Stones are currently performing throughout Europe as part of the “Sixty” tour. It started on June 1st in Madrid, followed four days later by a stop in Munich – including a tourist stroll. The concerts in the Netherlands and Switzerland had to be postponed (Amsterdam) or canceled (Bern) due to Mick Jagger’s corona infection. Last week, the singer then announced: “I feel much better and can’t wait to be back on stage next week.” The concert in Milan’s San Siro Stadium could therefore take place. On Wednesday, July 27th, they will return to Germany for a performance at Schalke. In addition, a last additional concert in the Berlin Waldbühne was announced today.

    All concerts of the “Sixty” tour

    June 1, 2022 Madrid
    June 5, 2022 Munich
    9 June 2022 Liverpool
    June 13, 2022 Amsterdam -> postponed to July 7th
    June 17, 2022 Berne -> cancelled
    June 21, 2022 Milan
    25 June & 3 July 2022 London
    July 11, 2022 Brussels
    July 15, 2022 Vienna
    July 19, 2022 Lyons
    July 23, 2022 Paris
    July 27, 2022 Gelsenkirchen
    July 31, 2022 Stockholm
    August 03, 2022 Berlin

    Francesco Prandoni Getty Images

    Francesco Prandoni Getty Images

    Francesco Prandoni Getty Images

    Francesco Prandoni Getty Images

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