Arcade Fire’s Win Butler Joins Rolling Stones in Montreal
The Rolling Stones were joined by Win Butler of Arcade Fire last night at the Centre Bell in Montreal. The singer—who calls Montreal home—joined the band for a take on “The Last Time” early in the first set. The song followed the second “Dead Flowers” of the tour. The Sticky Fingers track was performed after it was requested by the fans via the Rolling Stones tour app. As has been the case for most of this tour, Mick Taylor sat in for “Midnight Rambler” and “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.” The members of Arcade Fire backed Mick Jagger when he performed “The Last Time” on Saturday Night Live in 2012.
The Rolling Stones also performed at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto on June 6, though no special guests sat in except for Taylor, who performed the above songs, as well as “Can’t You Hear Me Knocking.” The band also played “Worried About You” after it was selected by the fans.
The Rolling Stones will kick off a two-night run in Boston on June 12 at the TD Garden.