Check Out The Rolling Stones and AC/DC Jamming Together Live

Rolling Stones AC/DC Live

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Rolling Stones and AC/DC Live

Well it does not get much better than the Rolling Stones and AC/DC live. The performance took place during the Rolling Stones Licks tour of 2003. The Rolling Stones at the time were not promoting an album of new material, but rather their fortieth anniversary double CD greatest hits album entitled appropriately “40 Licks”  The duets between the two legendary rock acts was performed multiple times on the Stones tour. Performances of the song occurred in the cities of Leipzig and Hockenheim in Germany, Sydney, Australia and the city of Toronto Canada. Just listening to Angus Young and Keith Richards play guitar together on the same stage is quite thrilling. Both Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones and Angus Young of AC.DC display an extraordinary amount of emotion on the song.The Rolling Stones and AC/DC Live video is one for the ages.

Below is the Set List for most of the shows The Rolling Stones performed on their North American Tour in 2003.

Set list

  1. “Sympathy For The Devil”
  2. “Brown Sugar”
  3. “Tumbling Dice”
  4. “Don’t Stop”
  5. “Hot Stuff”
  6. “Honky Tonk Women”
  7. “Midnight Rambler”
  8. “Route 66”
  9. “Brand New Car”
  10. “Little Queenie”
  11. “You Can’t Always Get What You Want”
  12. “Jumpin’ Jack Flash”
  13. “Let It Bleed”
  14. “Paint It Black”
  15. “Street Fighting Man”
  16. “Gimme Shelter”
  17. “Like a Rolling Stone”
  18. “You Got Me Rocking”
  19. “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction”
  20. “Angie”
  21. “Miss You”
  22. “Start Me Up”

Members of the Rolling Stones touring band

Darryl Jones: bass, backing vocals (They should make him an Official Rolling Stone!)

Chuck Leavell: keyboards, backing vocals (Formally of The Allman Brothers Band and Sea Leavell)

Bobby Keys: saxophone (One of the best ever)

Tim Ries: saxophone, keyboards

Michael Davis: trombone

Kent Smith: trumpet

Lisa Fischer: backing vocals, percussion

Bernard Fowler: backing vocals, percussion, keyboards

Blondie Chaplin: backing vocals, percussion, acoustic guitar

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