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Published: 2012/10/31

The Rolling Stones Play Another Warm-Up Show

The Rolling Stones Theatre played their second warm-up show on Monday night. This time The World’s Greatest Rock and Roll Band performed at Paris’ Mogador Theatre, not far from where the group has been rehearsing for four 50th anniversary shows. The performance was invite-only for Paris-based investment company, Carmignac Gestion. The gig was rumored to happen before the group played their first warm-up gig at Paris, France’s Le Trabendo.

Monday night’s show featured a similar setlist to Thursday’s stealth gig. Both shows featured the new Stones song “Doom and Gloom” as well as hits like “It’s Only Rock n’ Roll,” “Jumpin’ Jack Flash” and “Brown Sugar.” On Monday, the Stones’ busted out “All Down the Line,” “You Can’t Always Get What You Want,” “Start Me Up” and “Honky Tonk Women.” The Stones are expected to play at least one more warm-up show before November.

Here’s a look at Monday’s setlist via Setlist.Fm

Monday, October 29, Mogador Theatre, Paris, France

It’s Only Rock n’ Roll
All Down The Line
You Got Me Rocking
Tumbling Dice
Miss You
You Can’t Always Get What You Want
Doom And Gloom
Midnight Rambler
Start Me Up
Honky Tonk Women

Jumpin’ Jack Flash
Brown Sugar


There are 4 comments associated with this post

Yossarian October 31, 2012, 13:06:04

The greatest rock and roll band in the world? Maybe before they started playing private shows for investment companies.

TCinNYC October 31, 2012, 13:13:29

The Stones sold out a long, long time ago, so personally i have no beef with the corporate nature of the event. I am much more concerned with the setlist & last nights looks better than the first night. All Down The Line is a great underated tune & hopefully stays in the mix.

tumbler October 31, 2012, 15:51:08

same old greatest hits show they’ve been doing for 35 years ! the rolling stones haven’t been anywhere close to the greatest or even a great rock n roll band since they sold out decades ago !

kevin p. November 3, 2012, 22:20:55

I hear major coinage being deposited into their retirement plans.

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