Sheryl Crow was the Rolling Stones special guest in Chicago on Friday night.
Crow joined The Stones for their ‘Exile On Main Street’ track ‘All Down The Line’.
It was the second time Sheryl had performed with the Rolling Stones. She was the ‘Honky Tonk Woman’ for the Stones at Madison Square Garden in January, 2003.
At the Chicago show Friday the guest choir for ‘You Can’t Always Get What You Want’ was the Roosevelt University Conservatory Chorus. Mick Taylor performed on both ‘Midnight Rambler’ and ‘(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction’ as well as ‘Can’t You Hear Me Knocking’ which has only been played on this tour once before in Los Angeles.
The Stones also performed their rarely played ‘Shine A Light’ at the show. They last played it in 2007 and have only ever played it 20 times (including last night’s show in Chicago).
The setlist for The Rolling Stones in Chicago, May 31, 2013 was:
Get Off My Cloud (from December’s Children and Everybodys, 1965)
Its Only Rock n Roll (But I Like It) (from Its Only Rock N Roll, 1973)
Paint It Black (from Aftermath, 1966)
Gimme Shelter (from Let It Bleed, 1969)
Shine A Light (from Exile On Main Street, 1972)
Emotional Rescue (from Emotional Rescue, 1980)
All Down The Line (from Exile On Main Street, 1972)
Can’t You Hear Me Knocking (with Mick Taylor) (from Sticky Fingers, 1971)
Doom and Gloom (from GRRR, 2012)
One More Shot (from GRRR, 2012)
Honky Tonk Women (single, 1969)
You Got The Silver (Keith Richards on vocals) (from Let It Bleed, 1969)
Happy (Keith Richards on vocals) (from Exile On Main Street, 1972)
Midnight Rambler (with Mick Taylor) (from Let It Bleed, 1969)
Miss You (from Some Girls, 1978)
Start Me Up (from Tattoo You, 1981)
Tumbling Dice (from Exile On Main Street, 1972)
Brown Sugar (from Sticky Fingers, 1971)
Sympathy For The Devil (from Beggars Banquet, 1968)
You Can’t Always Get What You Want (with the Roosevelt University Conservatory Chorus) (from Let It Bleed, 1969)
Jumpin’ Jack Flash (single, 1968)
(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction (with Mick Taylor) (from Out Of Our Heads, 1965)
The next Rolling Stones show will be June 3, once again in Chicago.