Gary Clark Jr. Joins Rolling Stones At Hyde Park

(hennemusic) Bluesman Gary Clark Jr. was the featured guest Saturday night as the Rolling Stones performed in London's Hyde Park for the first time in 44 years.

Clark joined the band for their 1971 classic, "Bitch," from the "Sticky Fingers" album. The appearance marked the guitarist's fourth guest spot with the Stones on the 50 & Counting tour; Clark played with the group in New Jersey and Brooklyn last December, and again in Boston last month. Watch video from Saturday's jam here.

Saturday's show was the first of two shows 44 years since they last played the London venue. The July 6th and 13th dates mark the band's first appearance there since the group's free concert on July 5, 1969.

Mick Taylor, who played his first gig with the Rolling Stones at Hyde Park in 1969, joined the band for his regular slots on "Midnight Rambler" and the final encore of "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction."

"Mick's very first show was with us here," Mick Jagger told the crowd. "We found him in a pub and put him in front of 250,000 people." Check out video from the show here.

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