Rolling Stones Cover ‘Like a Rolling Stone’ at Hyde Park

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Keith Richards during the Rolling Stones concert in Hyde Park, June 25, 2022

The Rolling Stones, still gathering no moss as they celebrate their 60th anniversary, returned to the legendary venue on Sunday (July 3, 2022), when they played the second of two concerts at London’s Hyde Park as part of this year’s British Summer Time festival. It was just the sixth performance of their “Sixty” tour, due to the postponement earlier in the month of several shows when Mick Jagger tested positive for Covid-19.

It had been eight days since their previous performance when they played Hyde Park on June 25. Six of the 19 songs on the July 3 setlist were different from the earlier show, including three that were making their 2022 tour debut. One of those was their cover of Bob Dylan’s “Like a Rolling Stone.” It’s a song that they’ve performed on occasion, though it had been a while… the last time was Aug. 10, 2019, in Denver, Colo. Watch the July 3 performance below.

The band had first played Hyde Park in July 1969 for a free concert with a lineup that featured their then-new lead guitarist, Mick Taylor, just 20 years old at the time. The band’s founder, Brian Jones, had died just two days earlier. They last performed there in 2013.

Jagger, Wood and Richards performing “Angie” on July 3, 2022, in Hyde Park

As in recent years, the Stones have built-in plenty of days in between concerts. Jagger and Keith Richards are 78. Ronnie Wood turned 75 on opening night. They were joined, once again, by drummer Steve Jordan, Darryl Jones (bass), Chuck Leavell (piano/organ), Karl Denson (sax), Tim Ries (sax) Matt Clifford (keyboards), and Bernard Fowler/Sasha Allen (backing vocals).

On this tour, a brief video montage of Charlie Watts appears on the giant screens before the Stones take the stage.

Watch the opening performance on June 25, including the Watts tribute

Watch them play “Tumbling Dice” on June 25

The Stones have been performing 1966’s “Out of Time” for the very first time on this tour. The Hyde Park show was no exception.

It was joined at this show by another song from that era.

Watch them debut “Angie” on July 3

Watch them perform “Can’t You Hear Me Knocking” on June 25

Watch their cover of “Like a Rolling Stone” on July 3

Watch them perform “Paint it Black” on July 3

“Gimme Shelter” and “Jumpin’ Jack Flash” closed the main set on June 25.

Thanks to Matt Lee for the great clips.

The Rolling Stones, London, U.K., Hyde Park, June 25, 2022, Setlist

Street Fighting Man
19th Nervous Breakdown
Tumbling Dice
Out of Time
She’s a Rainbow
You Can’t Always Get What You Want
Living in a Ghost Town
Can’t You Hear Me Knocking
Honky Tonk Women
Slipping Away
Connection
Miss You
Midnight Rambler
Paint It Black
Start Me Up
Gimme Shelter
Jumpin’ Jack Flash

Encore
Sympathy For the Devil
(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction

Watch them perform “I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” at the 1969 concert

The band has a lengthy break in between shows; their next concert is on July 7 in Amsterdam. Tickets to see the Stones’ 2022 tour are available here and here.

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  1. Baybluesman
    #1 Baybluesman 3 July, 2022, 23:14

    Great that they are still performing, but sure would have been nice to have Mick Taylor on-board for this 60th Anniversary Tour, especially for the Hyde Park show, since he stepped in after Brian Jones’s death, with his first performance with the Stones, at Hyde Park.

    With the exception of the superb “Some Girls” and “Tattoo You”, the Mick Taylor era produced some of the Stones most memorable and muscular tunes.

    In any event – Support Live and Local Music

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  2. d2
    #2 d2 4 July, 2022, 06:50

    Not a bad gig, but the sound engineering was utter rubbish. You can hear it on these recordings. There are so many problems with it that its not worth trying to describe them. You would think that their engineer would be able to balance half a dozen instruments and leave the vocals audible. Was very disappointed.

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