Here’s the official video!
Did you enjoy the show? That was a really long event. Music generally was strong, political implications rather low. The Stones agreed to join in late, but in the end, they topped the list …
Here they are, playing You Can’t Always Get What You Want…
variety.com: Watch the Rolling Stones Rock ‘You Can’t Always Get What You Want’ (Virtually) – “Nearly 60 years into their collective existence, it’s rare for the Rolling Stones to do something musically that they haven’t really done before — but that certainly happened on Saturday night for their performance of their 1969 classic “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” on Global Citizen’s “Together at Home” concert. […] ”
wmmr.com: Charlie Watts Plays Air Drums During Rolling Stones Performance on ‘One World: Together at Home’ – “The Rolling Stones took part in One World: Together at Home performing their iconic song “You Can’t Always Get What You Want,” but it was drummer Charlie Watts’ “performance” that got a lot of attention. […] ”
dailymail.co.uk: The Rolling Stones, Taylor Swift, Lizzo and Lady Gaga join WHO chief and First Ladies Michelle Obama and Laura Bush for star-studded One World: Together At Home coronavirus concert – “Old timers such as The Beatles star Paul McCartney and The Rolling Stones joined the latest music sensations, from Lizzo, to Taylor Swift and Billie Eilish. […] Still got it: The Rolling Stones performed You Can’t Always Get What You Want via a four-way split screen Zoom call […]
musicradar.com: Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood performed in their homes for Global Citizen event – “It was probably only a matter of time but the Stones have now joined the legions of artists performing live from their homes, and the band chose to do it for the biggest online event yet. […] And The Stones’ drummer Charlie Watts proved his drumming prowess by performing on a flight case. […] ”
today.com: The Rolling Stones nail remote performance of a classic during ‘One World’ concert – “Led by Mick Jagger, the Rolling Stones nailed their performance during Saturday night’s “One World: Together at Home” concert. […] And the end result was phenomenal. […] “