Rolling Stones live in Warsaw
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Rock icons The Rolling Stones return to Poland after a decade-long hiatus to stage a gig at Warsaw’s National Stadium on Sunday.
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The concert is the last stop of the act’s “No Filter” European tour which began in Hamburg last September.
Fans are expected to be treated to classic tracks the likes of "Satisfaction"," Paint it Black" and "Brown Sugar."
The concert will be the band’s fifth performance in Poland, following an 11-year hiatus.
The first two gigs, held at Warsaw’s Kongresowa Hall in 1967, went down in history as some of the greatest rock music events in communist Poland.
Thirty-one years later the band returned to the country to give a concert at the Silesian Stadium in the southern city of Chorzów. Their most recent show was at Warsaw’s Służewiec Horse Racetrack in 2007.
The Rolling Stones’ latest releases include the blues album Blue & Lonesome and On Air, an album featuring concert recordings from the early stages of the band’s career.
Source: RMF FM