The Rolling Stones were a bit before my time, and, I suspect, the same applies to many of you out there. But you'd have to be crazy to not appreciate what they've been able to do over the course of their career, and if you factor in the incredible amount of damage they've done to their bodies—both legally, through near-constant touring, and illegally, through Keith Richards' almost 60-year quest to single-handedly prop up the nation of Columbia's GDP—it's a modern miracle that they all (sans Brian Jones) were still around to embark on a 50-year anniversary tour this year.
It all ended last night at Newark's Prudential Center, with a star-studded performance that included Lady Gaga singing the Merry Clayton hook on "Gimme Shelter," Bruce Springsteen joining Mick on "Tumbling Dice," and the Black Keys helping the band tear through a cover of Bo Diddley's "Who Do You Love?" Below are a few of the videos we were able to find of the concert, which may end up being the last Stones' performance ever.
Gaga and "Gimme Shelter":
Bruce and "Tumbling Dice":
The Black Keys and "Who Do You Love?":
And the night's closer, "Satisfaction":
The full set list is here, via Rolling Stone:
"Get Off Of My Cloud"
"The Last Time"
"It's Only Rock & Roll (But I Like It)"
"Paint It Black"
"Gimme Shelter" (with Lady Gaga)
"Going Down" (with John Mayer & Gary Clark Jr.)
"Who Do You Love" (with the Black Keys)
"Doom and Gloom"
"One More Shot"
"Honky Tonk Women"
"Before They Make Me Run"
"Midnight Rambler" (with Mick Taylor)
"Tumbling Dice" (with Bruce Springsteen)
"Start Me Up"
"Sympathy for the Devil"
"You Can't Always Get What You Want" (with the Trinity Wall Street Choir)
"Jumpin’ Jack Flash"