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The Rolling Stones Share Another Blues Song ‘Hate To See You Go’

by Paul Cashmere on October 21, 2016

in News

The Rolling Stones has sampled out another 56 seconds of the upcoming ‘Blue and Lonesome’ album with ‘Hate To See You Go’.

‘Hate To See You Go’, like the first song we hear ‘Just Your Fool’, is a Little Walter song from 1955.

The Rolling Stones ‘Blue and Lonesome’ will be released on December 2.

Listen To The Rolling Stones Blue and Lonesome By The Original Artists

The Rolling Stones debuted ‘Just Your Fool’ live at Desert Trip on 14 October 2016.

A week earlier at the first ‘Desert Trip’ they debuted another track from ‘Blue and Lonesome’ live, ‘Ride Em On Down’.

The Stones were due to play two shows in Las Vegas this week but blew out the first because Mick Jagger was ill. Tonight’s show at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas will go ahead as planned.

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