The Rolling Stones kicked off their AEG Presents/Concerts West produced No Filter Tour of the U.K. and Europe on May 17 in Dublin at in Croke Park Stadium. The legendary British rockers treated fans to a 19-song setlist, packed with hits, beloved album tracks and deep cuts from across their storied career, including a cover of the live rarity “Neighbours” from their classic 1981 studio album Tattoo You.
Rolling Stone reports in a review posted May 18 that along with must-plays hits like “Miss You,” “Brown Sugar” and “Jumpin' Jack Flash,” The Stones performed a pair of singles from their chart-topping comeback album Blue & Lonesome, including “Just Your Fool” and “Ride 'em on Down.” The “Satisfaction” hitmakers also dusted off the 1994 Voodoo Lounge chestnut “The Worst” for the first time live since Oct. 31, 2005, featuring Keith Richards on lead vocals along with the rocker “Neighbours” for the first time since Aug. 13, 2003.
Those who missed the action can check out some hi-def footage of the World's Great Rock N' Roll Band tearing it up on “Neighbours.” Guitarists Richards and Ron Wood riff with abandon while frontman Mick Jagger struts his stuff and sings, “Neighbors/Have I got neighbors/Have I got neighbors/All day and all night.”
Fans waiting with baited breath for The Stones' new studio album to drop, can ease their pain with the upcoming release of their post-1970's studio album catalogue in a new box set 'The Studio Albums Vinyl Collection 1971-2016,' which will hit shelves June 15 via Universal/ABKCO. The multi-platinum sellers also recently announced their latest archival release “From the Vault: No Security – Live San Jose 1999,” which drops in multiple formats on July 13 via Eagle Rock.
The No Filter Tour will continue with a huge two-night stand from May 22 - May 25 in London Stadium. The massive gigs will feature support from Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher on the first show and Florence + the Machine on the second night. The 12-city trek will wrap up July 8 in Warsaw, Poland, at PGE Narodowy Stadium.