On Saturday night (September 9th), the Rolling Stones kicked off its 12-date European trek -- dubbed the "No Filter" tour -- at Hamburg, Germany's open air Stadtpark. From the onset, fans could see that the Stones intended to shake things up with an opening shot of "Sympathy For The Devil" -- a tune that usually finds its way into the band's setlists during the show's mid-point. The big news was the Stones tackling "Dancing With Mr. D" -- the classic 1973 Goats Head Soup opener -- for the first time since their final show with Mick Taylor in Brussels, Belgium back on October 19th, 1973.
Setlist.FM posted that along with a pair of tracks from the band's latest album, the blues collection Blue & Lonesome -- "Just Your Fool" and "Ride 'Em On Down" -- the Stones tacked the 1965 acoustic favorite "Play With Fire" for the first time since the 1990 "Urban Jungle" tour when the band performed the song in Tokyo. The fan choice of the night -- "Under My Thumb" -- marked the band's first performance of the 1966 classic since 2006.
Look at Mick go!
Tune in to Beth And Friends this week (9/11-9/15) at 6:10 to play Test Your Noodle! The prize is tickets to see Trans-Siberian Orchestra on Dec. 3rd at Gila River Arena!