Gary Clark Jr. plays with Rolling Stones

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NEW YORK — Only at a Rolling Stones con­cert could ap­pear­ances by Bruce Spring­steen and Lady Gaga seem al­most like af­ter­thoughts.

Those su­per­stars and oth­ers jammed with the Stones on Satur­day night, wind­ing down a se­ries of con­certs cel­e­brat­ing the 50th year of rock’s most en­dur­ing band.

The Boss rocked out with the band on “Tum­bling Dice”; Gaga matched Mick Jag­ger shimmy-for-shimmy on “Gimme Shel­ter”; the Black Keys joined on “Who Do You Love,” and John Mayer and Austin’s Gary Clark Jr. showed their gui­tar chops along­side Keith Richards and Ron­nie Wood on “Goin’ Down.”

World War II veteran Wil­lie J. ‘Bill’ Meuth of Dale is 93. Rock singer-mu­si­cian Keith Richards is 69. Movie pro­duc­erdi­rec­tor Steven Spiel­berg is 66. Co­me­dian Ron White is 56. Ac­tor Brad Pitt is 49. Pro­fes­sional wrestler-turnedac­tor “Stone Cold” Steve Austin is 48. Coun­try/rap singer Cow­boy Troy is 42. Rap­per DMX is 42. In­ter­na­tional Ten­nis Hall of Famer Aran­txa Sanchez Vi­cario is 41. D J Lethal (Limp Bizkit) is 40. Ac­tor Josh Dal­las is 34. Ac­tress Katie Holmes is 34. Singer Christina Aguil­era is 32. Ac­tress Ash­ley Ben­son is 23.

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