Rolling Stones play US gig despite family death

Band go ahead with Vegas gig after Mick Jagger's father dies

Rolling Stones played a gig in Las Vegas last night (November 11) just hours after Mick Jagger‘s father died.

Joe Jagger, died of pneumonia at a hospital in Kingston, Surrey, a spokesman for the singer said.

The 93-year-old was admitted to hospital over a week ago after falling in his home.


Jagger was at his father’s bedside on Friday night before he flew out for last night’s ‘A Bigger Bang’ concert, reports ABC News.

A private funeral is to be arranged.

The singer’s mother, Eva, died in 2000. She and Joe Jagger had two children, Mick and Chris.

The set was:

‘Start Me Up’

‘It’s Only Rock’N’Roll’



‘She Was Hot’


‘Streets Of Love’

‘Live With Me’

‘Midnight Rambler’

‘Tumbling Dice’

‘You Got The Silver’


‘Under My Thumb’

‘Rough Justice’

‘Get Off Of My Cloud’

‘Honky Tonk Women’

‘Sympathy For The Devil’

‘Jumping Jack Flash’

‘(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction’

‘Brown Sugar’

–By our Los Angeles staff.

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