According to a news release posted June 22 at RollingStones.com, the New Orleans, La. born R&B singer joined “The World’s Greatest Rock N’ Roll Band” for a duet with frontman Mick Jagger on a cover of The Drifter’s summetime classic 1964 hit “Under The Boardwalk."
Earlier this year, Neville released the album “My True Story,” a collection of 12 doo-wop tunes, which was produced by guitarist Keith Richards and Stones produced by Don Was.
Ex-Stones guitarist Mick Taylor once again got a little extra spotlight time, peforming on the fan-voted "Can’t You Hear Me Knocking" from 1971's "Sticky Fingers," along with his usual solo spot on “Midnight Rambler" and on the show's final encore, "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction."
The Crossing choir accompanied “You Can’t Always Get What You Want.”
Fans can check out a video of Neville’s guest spot at YouTube.
The Stones’ AEG Live produced 50 and Counting wraps up their North American leg on Mon., June 24 in Washington, D.C. at Verizon Center before heading to the U.K. to play the Glastonbury festival on June 29, followed by two shows in London’s Hyde Park next month.
Did you know? The Rolling Stones have made their entire album collection available in digital format on iTunes.