The Rolling Stones Cover The Beatles’ ‘Come Together’ At Desert Trip Festival

The Rolling Stones took a Desert Trip to ‘Abbey Road’ with their bluesy rendition of The Beatles’ “Come Together”.

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The legendary rock band closed out their opening-night set at the Desert Trip festival in Indio, California — performing a memorable greatest-hits set. Not bound to their own music, the Rolling Stones performed a cover of “Come Together” for the first time ever.

They offered other surprises as well, including an updated rendition of “Ride ‘Em on Down”, marking the first time the group had performed the song live since 1962.

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Speaking of the Beatles, Paul McCartney is also set to perform at the festival on Saturday night.



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