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Rolling Stones recruit Brad Paisley for Philly show

The country star will join the Rolling Stones for the first of their two shows at the Wells Fargo Center.

Rolling Stones recruit Brad Paisley for Philly show

Mick Jagger and Brad Paisley.
Mick Jagger and Brad Paisley.

The country star will join the Rolling Stones for the first of their two scheduled shows at the Wells Fargo Center. The announcement was made yesterday on the band’s Twitter account.

The Stones have invited a number of special musical guests to share the stage with them on this year's “50 and Counting” tour. Arcade Fire’s Win Butler, Gary Clark Jr., Katy Perry, Sheryl Crow, Dave Grohl and Taylor Swift have all made appearances.

Paisley stirred up a bit of controversy in April when he released a song titled “Accidental Racist” featuring rapper LL Cool J.

Tickets for the Stones are still available for both June 18th and June 21st shows. You can purchase them here.

 

[Rolling Stone]

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