The Rolling Stones announced they would perform the Paris show last night to an audience of 350.

The Stones made the concert public via a post of Twitter.

They then posted “Which of these albums will be featured in tonight’s set?” and uploaded a photo of CDs from their back catalogue in a music store including ‘Goats Head Soup’, ‘Some Girls’, ‘Exile On Main Street’, ‘Sticky Fingers’, ‘Emotional Rescue’ and ‘Let It Bleed’.

At 15 euros, the Stones in Paris is the best value ticket on the tour.

The show is a warm-up gig for the upcoming two London and two New Jersey gigs next month.

The audience at the warm-up gig last night (October 25) was treated to the usual suspects apart from new song ‘Doom and Gloom’.

The Stones opened with ‘Route 66’, the song written by Bobby Troup in 1946 and first made famous by Nat King Cole that same year before the Stones recorded it in 1964.

‘Doom and Gloom’ from the upcoming 50th anniversary Greatest Hits album was midway through the 12 song set.

Dates are:

November 24 and 29, London, O2
December 13 and 15, New Jersey, The Prudential Center

The setlist from Paris was:

Route 66
It’s Only Rock n Roll
When The Whip Comes Down
Champagne and Reefer
Doom & Gloom
Miss You
Start Me Up
Midnight Rambler
Tumbling Dice

Jumping Jack Flash
Brown Sugar

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