The Rolling Stones Start Their US Tour Early With A Quick Show In Foxboro


The Rolling Stones did their first show without Charlie Watts Monday night at a private event for New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft in a tent set up on the field at Gillette Stadium (home of the Patriots) in Foxboro. This was the second time they did this for Kraft, with the last one being in 2016

With Steve Jordan on drums, they turned in a 14-song set they did “19th Nervous Breakdown” for the first time since 2005.

The Stones, who have been rehearsing at Red Sky Studios in the Boston suburb of Allston, are now headed to St. Louis for the first official show on Sunday night at the Dome at America’s


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