Rolling Stones Bust Out 'Harlem Shuffle' For The First Time In Decades


The Rolling Stones dusted off a special New York-themed deep cut for their sold-out show at MetLife Stadium on Monday - playing "Harlem Shuffle" for the first time in nearly 30 years.

According to Stones historians, they haven't played that song since a 1990 show at Wembley Stadium.

Mick Jagger acknowledged that fact from the stage, telling the crowd "We haven't done it in ages" and "Be forgiving if you can".

The Stones' No Filter tour continues with a show at Denver's Broncos Stadium at Mile High on Saturday.