Even a heart surgery for Mick Jagger couldn’t throw a wrench in the works of their 5 decades old career as The Rolling Stones return to thrill the audience in a scintillating manner seeing as they comfortably drew 60, 000 fans to Chicago’s Soldier Field on Friday.
Mick himself was reported to have jumped and pranced about, working that body like it didn’t just have a heart surgery back in March.
Remember how their North American tour was postponed? (due to obvious reasons) well they sure did make up for it this time as they churned out more than 20 songs in all, including a ton of their hits, like Sympathy for the Devil, Honky Tonk Women, Paint it Black, Jumpin’ Jack Flash, Start Me Up, Gimme Shelter, and Satisfaction.
Give it up to Mick Jagger and the seemingly timeless rock band.