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Rolling Stones 50 And Counting Song Stats

by Paul Cashmere on July 14, 2013

in Live,News

The Rolling Stones completed their 50 and Counting tour in London’s Hyde Park on Saturday with a final grand tally of 62 songs performed across the 29 shows (including warm-up gigs).

The most played songs were ‘Miss You’, ‘Midnight Rambler’, ‘Jumpin’ Jack Flash’, ‘Start Me Up’ and ‘Brown Sugar’ performed at every one of the 29 shows.

‘It’s Only Rock N Roll’ and ‘Tumblin’ Dice’ were performed 28 times while the 1980 hit ‘Emotional Rescue’ made its live debut on this tour.

The first show on the tour was the October 25, 2012 warm-up gig in at the Le Trabendo in Paris.

Most of the shows featured special guests. Appearing with the Stones are certain shows were Gwen Stefani, Keith Urban, John Fogerty, Tom Waits, Bruce Springsteen, John Mayer, Gary Clark Jr, Carrie Underwood, Dave Grohl, Bonnie Raitt, Katy Perry, Mary J. Blige, Eric Clapton Florence Welch, Black Keys, Taj Mahal, Sheryl Crow, Brad Paisley, Aaron Neville and Win Butler of Arcade Fire.

The Stones song stats for 50 and Counting are:

Miss You (played 29 times)
Midnight Rambler (29)
Jumpin’ Jack Flash (29)
Start Me Up (29)
Brown Sugar (29)
Its Only Rock N Roll (28)
Tumblin Dice (28)
You Can’t Always Get What You Want (27)
Doom and Gloom (27)
Honky Tonk Women (27)
Sympathy For The Devil (26)
Paint It Black (26)
Gimme Shelter (26)
(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction (25)
One More Shot (23)
Get Off My Cloud (23)
Before They Make You Run (18)
Happy (18)
Emotional Rescue (17)
You Got The Silver (16)
Wild Horses (10)
All Down The Line (9)
The Last Time (6)
Can’t You Hear Me Knocking (5)
You Got Me Rocking (5)
Dead Flowers (4)
Live With Me (4)
Street Fighting Man (4)
Goin’ Down (4)
Bitch (3)
Beast of Burden (3)
Rocks Off (3)
I Wanna Be Your Man (3)
Champagne & Reefer (3)
Respectable (3)
Factory Girl (2)
Shattered (2)
Worried About You (2)
It’s All Over Now (2)
2000 Light Years From Home (1)
Six Days On The Road (1)
Ruby Tuesday (1)
Lady Jane (1)
Far Away Eyes (1)
Angie (1)
Route 66 (1)
Waiting On A Friend (1)
Memory Motel (1)
No Expectations (1)
That’s How Strong Love Is (1)
Under The Boardwalk (1)
Out of Control (1)
Little Queenie (1)
Let It Bleed (1)
As Tears Go By (1)
Just My Imagination (1)
Who Do You Love (1)
Shine A Light (1)
She’s So Cold (1)
Little Red Rooster (1)
Love In Vain (1)
Around and Around (1)

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