Brad Paisley Rocks 'Dead Flowers' With The Rolling Stones
The song they chose, too, was one of the group's most unabashedly twangy numbers, "Dead Flowers," from 1971′s Sticky Fingers. Mick Jagger shared vocals with Paisley, and even strapped on an acoustic guitar for the occasion; then Paisley and Ron Wood shared a guitar solo.
The song came early in the Stones' set, right after another of the group's more country-flavored songs, "Wild Horses" (which also appeared on Sticky Fingers, and actually first saw the light of day a year before that on a Flying Burrito Brothers album, thanks to Keith Richards' friendship with Burrito bandleader Gram Parsons). Check out video here.
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