On March 25, 2016, legendary rock band The Rolling Stones performed a free outdoor concert in Havana, Cuba. The historic show was recorded by director Paul Dugdale, and will be released as a concert film in November titled Havana Moon, named after the Chuck Berry song.
Above, you can check out the band give the fans an exciting performance of their 1997 Bridges To Babylon track "Out Of Control." At nearly seven minutes long, the performance features smooth bass playing from Darryl Jones, nice guitar interplay between Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood, and bluesy harmonica from Mick Jagger. This isn't one of their most popular songs, but you can hear the crowd get excited when the vibe kicks in at the beginning of the tune.
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Source: The Rolling Stones YouTube