Gary Clark Jr. plays with Rolling Stones
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.