Stones First Glasto Massive Success


The Rolling Stones did not disappoint at their first ever Glastonbury performance last night.

69 year old Mick joked with the crowd – thanking the organisers for finally getting around to asking them to play.

The band played a 20-song set over two hours, ending with encores You Can’t Always Get What You Want and an extended version of (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.

Surprise guest for the gig was former Stones guitarist Mick Taylor, who joined the band in an elaborate blues solo layered over 1969’s Midnight Rambler.