May 26, 2013
By Bob Sheppard
The Rolling Stones thrilled Toronto fans Saturday night as they celebrated 50 years of performing.
The world’s most famous Zoomer rockers relied on many of their standards as they hopped, bounced and strutted, led by ageless frontman Mick Jagger.
Jagger will soon be 70, Charlie Watts is 71, Keith Richards is 69, and Ron Wood is 65.
Their set included 19 songs, before returning for a three-number encore,
The encore opened with “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” where they got some help from Mississauga’s Cawthra Park Secondary School Chamber Choir.
The Stones play a second date in Toronto June 9th.