The Rolling Stones Offers New Concert Footage For Free During Coronavirus Lockdown
The Rolling Stones’ officially started their YouTube series Extra Licks on Sunday, which will feature a bonus video from concerts throughout their career for six weeks.
This week the band posted an almost hour-long performance from their 2016 concert film Olé Olé Olé! (A Trip Across Latin America). All of the videos posted to Youtube in the coming weeks will be available digitally for the first time ever. This week’s video was previously only available as extras on the DVD version of the Olé performances.
The video features some of the band’s biggest hits like “Paint it Black,” “Honky Tonk Woman,” “Midnight Rambler” and “Sympathy For The Devil.”
In the description of this week’s video, the band says that one of the upcoming digital premieres will be from the 1994 Voodoo Lounge Tour.
The Rolling Stones’ series is part of Youtube’s #StayHome #WithMe campaign to help “save the lives of others.”
The Rolling Stones also released a new single, “Living In A Ghost Town” last month, which was their first original song in eight years.
Fans were excited to watch the band perform from the comfort of their living rooms:
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